An international with the French U-16 (6 caps) and U-17 (2 caps) teams, Félix Lemarechal joins Cercle Brugge, AS Monaco’s sister club, who are currently sixth in the Belgian League after 5 games and who, the previous year, finished sixth in the Jupiler Pro League, their best position since 2008. The midfielder joins defender Jordan Semedo-Varela, also trained at the Academy, in moving to the Groen-Zwart.
Prêté au @cercleofficial pour la saison 2023-2024, Jordan Semedo Varela a connu, ce dimanche, sa première titularisation en championnat 💪
— AS Monaco 🇲🇨 (@AS_Monaco) August 14, 2023
An extension until 2027
Before signing on loan for the season, Félix Lemarechal had extended his contract with AS Monaco until june 2027. Félix Lemarechal arrived at Monaco from Tours FC in the summer of 2019. He trained with the Academy until signing his first professional contract in 2021.
A few months later, on 16 October 2021, he played his first professional minutes against Olympique Lyonnais, before starting in Monaco’s 3-1 victory over Quevilly in the French Cup on 2 January 2022.
First experience in Ligue 1
Last season, Felix took part in a number of Elite group matches, including some against Arsenal, Brighton and Manchester United. With a view to improving his game, Felix joined Stade Brestois 29 on loan in January.
With Brest, under Eric Roy, the young midfielder made 13 appearances and contributed to the team’s good performances, which managed to stay in the top flight at the end of the season.
AS Monaco wish him every success with Cercle! 🟢⚫