Algerian team: Belaïli left to stay in Brest

Youcef Belaïli is in great shape. Returned to the starting line-up against AS Monaco, the left winger of the national team provided a good performance and was able to score a goal on an individual feat, which ultimately was not enough for his team to win the match, conceding a defeat on the score of four goals to two. Starting to regain his best level, the player now seems to have a very strong chance of staying at Stade Brestois for another season.

Aligned among the starting lineup of the Brestoise formation which faced AS Monaco yesterday evening, as part of the 37th day of Ligue 1 Uber Eats, Youcef Belaïli once again provided a convincing performance. A real recital with a sumptuous goal. Moving on his left lane, he was once again able to find the net, scoring a goal following excellent individual work.

However, his goal was not enough for his team to return from Monaco with a convincing result. While Stade Brestois were leading in the first half, AS Monaco were able to turn the tide in the second half and thus bend the match with a final score of four goals to two.

Remember that Stade Brestois officially maintained Ligue 1 Uber Eats a few days ago. He will indeed evolve among the elite during the next exercise.

Towards a new contract for the Oranais

Arriving at Stade Brestois during the last winter transfer window, from Qatar SC, Youcef Belaïli is struggling to adapt to the French league. But, obviously, he is indeed starting to find his marks but also his best level. He now commands respect in Brittany.

Better, the left winger of the national selection also seems to have started to regain his physical abilities and his efforts in training have borne fruit. By chaining good performances, he should be entitled to a new contract with Stade Brestois.

Having touches with Arab and Greek clubs, among others Olympiacos, Youcef Belaïli is on track to continue the adventure in Brittany. While waiting for the season to end, he should sit down with Brestois officials around a table to begin negotiations concerning the extension of his contract which will expire next June.

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