Marseille - Toulon boss Bernard Laporte said on Saturday that he has agreed to stay in charge of the Heineken Cup champions until 2016.
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"Nothing has been signed but we have come to a verbal agreement that I will prolong my contract for an extra year," Laporte told a news conference ahead of Toulon's Heineken Cup semi-final against Munster on Sunday.
Laporte said he had made the agreement after talks with club president Mourad Boudjellal.
"I have found a place here where I can easily balance work and family life, things I couldn't do before."