At the end of the year 2021, if Cyril Baille has decided to re-join Toulouse until 2027, Jules Plisson should know him a new club in Top 14, leaving for Clermont.
Clearly, Toulouse is showing itself to be more and more active on the transfer market. Thus, after having recently extended Antoine Dupont (until 2027) and Julien Marchand (2028), the club champion of France and Europe in title announced this Sunday evening the extension of Cyril Baille (28 years old, 31 caps). At the club since his early years, the French left pillar, under contract until 2023, extended for four additional seasons, until 2027.
The announcement should have been made during the match between Ugo Mola’s players at the Stade Français, initially scheduled for this Sunday evening at the Stadium, a meeting counting for the 13th day of the French championship. Another very good news for the club which will therefore retain its best elements. If in addition we add to this some promising elements, such as Alexandre Roumat, Pierre-Louis Barassi, Arthur Retière or Melvyn Jaminet, it is a sacred armada that the club located in Haute-Garonne is in the process of building up on its side.
Direction Auvergne for Plisson
Note that things are also moving in Clermont. While Camille Lopez will leave the club at the end of the season for Bayonne and the Irishman JJ Hanrahan is not yet sure to stay in Auvergne, the Jaunards should quickly announce the arrival of another opening half , after that confirmed by Anthony Belleau from Toulon. According to information from Canal +, since confirmed by L’Equipe, it is Jules Plisson, at the end of his contract with La Rochelle, who is very close to engaging with the Auvergne training.
At 30, the latter should therefore discover a third club after the Stade Français and the Maritimes recently. If the Parisian is not kept with the vice-champions of France and Europe, it is because Antoine Hastoy (Pau) has signed in favor of the residents of Marcel-Deflandre next season. The set of openers’ musical chairs therefore worked well in the Top 14.