Loic Bade hopes to sign permanent contract with Sevilla.

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Loic Bade has revealed he wants to stay at Sevilla permanently after the 23-year-old defender is in the best form of his football career at Sevilla.

French defender Loic Bade has revealed his wish that. Sevilla will reach an agreement with Rennes this off-season to sign him on a permanent basis. According to ‘Dieri. O As’ on last Wednesday.  

Sevillano have had a hard time finding a new defensive line to replace Diego Carlos and Jules Gunde, two of La Liga’s best centre-backs last season. Aston Villa and Barcelona last summer

While the two new defensive lines, Tanguy Niangsu and Marcos du Nascimento Teixeira Margao. All have problems with physical condition and lack of consistency in form. While Bade, who moved from Rae Nes joined the team on loan in the past January. In which the 23-year-old defensive line adapted brilliantly and became the main force in the defensive line of the famous Andalusian team. 

According to reports.

Sevilla are ready to exercise a clause in the €12m deal with Bade, with the player suggesting he would like to remain at Sevillano as well.

‘I feel good both in the team and in the city, at Rennes I’m not talking about my situation. Even if there is any contact with them. And they congratulate me when I do well or encourage me when necessary. There will be conversations between the clubs at the end of the season, I hope Monchi [sporting director of Sevilla] is happy as well.’ UFABET

Bade also revealed that he is currently enjoying the best moments of his career. After failing to play for Nottingham Forest on loan in the first half of this season 

‘Yes, this might be the best moment of my career. Including when I played with Lens but a few months ago. It was one of the worst periods [at Forest] in football, a transition period. But it’s clear that the past month here has been very good. I can also score important goals like those against Manchester United [in the Europa League].’ 

‘In my decision I took into account the adaptations of other French players. And I hope to continue in the same direction as them.’