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James Crawley

James Crawley writes

Posted Monday, August 5th 2019

Massengo is a Robin

City have completed the signing of young midfielder Han-Noah Massengo, who arrives in BS3 on a four-year contract.

Frenchman Massengo, 18, arrives from Ligue 1 side AS Monaco where he graced the UEFA Champions League. He was the first player to be born in the 21st Century to play in Europe’s largest club competition.

He made six appearances last season upon his call-up from Monaco’s B side.

Everyone at Bristol City is now looking forward to developing Massengo further, who will link up with Lee Johnson and his coaching staff for training on Tuesday.

City Head Coach Johnson said: “I believe this signing is a real sign of our reputation spreading that a young talent like Han-Noah is willing to join Bristol City and he sees his progression and his future here.

“I’m very excited to work with him and of course he is young, he has a lot to learn but he has the raw potential to be anything he wants. I believe he can go to the very top of the game.”

Massengo will wear the number 42 shirt.

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