The MHR will very soon announce the extension of its Arhtur Vincent center, a 23-year-old international center (18 caps).
This is enough to boost the morale of Montpellier residents. The center of the MHR, Arthur Vincent, will continue with his training club. According to our information, the French international (18 caps, 23 years old), currently with the Blues to compete in the World Cup, has found common ground with his club for the next four seasons. Here he is linked with the 2022 French champion until 2028.
When he extended in 2021 until 2024, Arthur Vincent notably declined a proposal from Stade Toulousain. Hérault will remain his home for a few more years.
Arthur Vincent was launched professionally at the age of 18 by Vern Cotter. It was in October 2017, replacing Benjamin Fall during a match against Stade Français. “This one, you’ll see, he’s going to go far,” promised the New Zealand technician at the time.
His journey proves him right. Vincent became international in February 2020, aged just 20. It was against England, during Fabien Galthié’s first match at the head of the Blues. A 24-17 victory against the finalist of the last World Cup.
The native of Mauguio becomes a base man for the French coach and participates in every campaign until the tour of Australia in 2021. But two serious knee injuries will slow down his rise. A French championship title with his club was won between these two.
In Montpellier, Arthur quickly became an executive. Xavier Garbajosa even named him captain at 19.