The cards are in hand to determine the future of Rochelleis Levani Botia

The cards are in hand to determine the future of Rochelleis Levani Botia

Written by Benjamin Duden

At the end of his contract with Stade Rochelle in June, the Fijian center has a proposal for an extension, as well as offers from other clubs, including Lester. The ball is in his court, and the 32-year-old yellow and black have yet to make a decision.

Will Levani Botia still be from La Rochelle next season? Saturday, January 8, Website of the English newspaper “Daily Mail”The 32-year-old Fijian (1.82m, 103kg), one of Marcel-Deflandre’s favorites, has been associated with the Premiership leader since Stade arrived in Rochelle in February 2014. The Leicester Tigers have been playing there since 2020, with a former Maritime, Kini Wound, a friend of his.

British media reports that the center will be pushed to the exit due to the salary cap. According to our information, this last claim is false, the player received a proposal to extend the contract from the leaders of La Rochelle and they want to keep him in their job. This does not preclude you from studying other offers, Lewani Botia is an internationally referenced ingredient. According to one of his relatives, Fijian has many options, but “today, he has not made a decision”.

The question of its future is not neutral, while Stade Rochales, along with Jonathan Dante and Jules Favreau, have two other top performances that have JIFF status (players from training courses). He was ashamed of his knee for months, which is why he suffered A surgical intervention, Lewani Botia is facing unprecedented competition, despite showing just how brilliant he was when he was 100% at the end of last season. In one of his columns Ronan did not fail to underline someone who adores Ogara “Irish Examiner” for the Irish newspaper.

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