Algeria international midfielder Hicham Boudaoui is all set to extend his contract with French Ligue 1 club OGC Nice.
The Paradou academy product has been in talks with the club to sign a contract extension and has reached an agreement to extend until 2026.
Boudaoui joined Nice in 2019 from Paradou AC for a record transfer fee of €4 million, becoming the most expensive transfer in the history of the Algerian Ligue 1.
Since joining, Boudaoui has cemented himself as a regular for Nice and this season has established himself as a starter in the middle.
🇩🇿 Algeria international Hicham Boudaoui has reached an agreement with Nice to extend his contract until 2026— Algeria FC 🇩🇿⚽️ (@Algeria_FC) January 23, 2023
The 23-year old midfielder joined Nice in 2019 from Paradou AC for an Algerian #Ligue1DZ record transfer fee of €4 million pic.twitter.com/REXBlLrVSg