Good news hitting the camp of Ghanaian centre-back John Boye as his side FC Metz are set to offer him a new contract which will keep him for another year at the Stade Saint-Symphorien Stadium.
Based on the clauses outlined in the contract between the two parties, John Boye will be entitled to another year contract if Metz are able to escape relegation to the Ligue 2 at the end of the 2019/20 campaign.
Also, with his contract ending on the 30th June this year, the abrupt ending of the French top flight league due to the coronavirus pandemic, offers every player that will have his contract expired within the aforementioned date another 12 months contract extension with the club.
The 33 year old defender has been sensational for FC Metz throughout the campaign until the Ligue 1 got abrogated. Despite having 11 games remaining, the Maroons were sitting 15th on the league log with 34 points.
The Black Stars guardsman has made 24 appearances for the Saint-Symphorien base outfit with 2 goals to his credit. Despite facing a stiffer competition from Zambian Stoppila Sunzu and Dylan Broon in the heart of defence, John Boye still remains as the first choice of manager Vincent Hognon.
By: Iddriss Abdul Rahim