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Montpellier HSC: Monaco also target Wahi
OGC Nice are continuing their negotiations with FC Lorient to agree the transfer of Terem Moffi and Elye Wahi. It’s plan B. According to RMC Sport, AS Monaco will be tracking the Pailladin striker, as will several German and English clubs.
Having enjoyed the first half of the Ligue 2 club’s season, the young Bordeaux defender is inevitably attracting greed in this winter’s transfer window. The Girondins are doing everything they can to keep them and won’t sell themhttps://t.co/aT9Mu649i0
– RMC Sport (@RMCsport) January 19, 2023
Girondins: Bordeaux want to keep their nuggets
According to RMC, the Girondins are pushing back on offers for their youngsters. Dilane Bakwa (20) is attracting interest from Stade Rennais and English clubs, but FCGB have rejected approaches. Junior Mwanga (19) is set for an extension as he is being targeted by Sevilla FC and other Spanish and Italian clubs. Athletic Bilbao’s €2 million bid for 18-year-old right-back Johaneko Louis-Jean (6 games) would be rejected.
RC Strasbourg: Bellegarde out for 3 weeks, Le Scornet protected?
Racing midfielder Jean-Ricner Bellegarde, who was touched during the win in Lyon (2-1, Sunday), will miss at least three matches, Alsaports reveal. Furthermore, L’Équipe reports that Mathieu Le Scornet could continue in the interim position in place of Julien Stephan, even if the Sabri Lamouchi-Ahmed Kantari ticket could land. The problem: Scornet does not have a BEPF and costs the Alsace club €25,000 per match.
AS Monaco: Vasiliev returns?
For several weeks now, Dimitri Rybolovlev hasn’t really seemed happy with what he’s seen and what’s happened to him at the AS Monaco side. According to L’Équipe, that’s why the change could happen at the top, as the owner of the Knyazal club is seriously considering returning Vadim Vasilyev to the management of the club before the end of the season. The 57-year-old man, who was ASM’s vice president from March 2013 to February 2019, retrained as an agent after leaving, but the two compatriots remain on good terms. “In French football, the prospect of reconnecting with one’s first love tends to seduce the second,” concludes the sports daily.
Stade Brestois: Chardonnet out for 3 weeks
Like Jean-Ricner Bellegarde at RC Strasbourg, Stade Brestois will be without a manager until mid-February. According to Le Télégramme, centre-back Brendan Chardonnet has injured his thigh and will be out for six weeks!
Montpellier HSC: Bid for Attiah-Allah rejected
Yahya Attiat-Allah, the focus of Montpellier HSC in this winter transfer window, will not be joining MHSC. Anyway, not for now! According to Foot Mercato, the Herault club’s €500,000 offer was deemed insufficient by Wydad Casablanca. The management of the Moroccan club demands a million to release one of the exposures of the World Cup held in Qatar. The two clubs are still discussing and negotiations are still ongoing.
Girondins: Bordeaux do not want Ben Seghir!
If L’Équipe had announced yesterday that Salim Ben Seghir could leave OM on loan to Girondins de Bordeaux, the truth would be quite different. According to “Girondinfos”, the 19-year-old left wing player of the Aquitaine club does not want to see Eliesse Ben Seghir, the older brother of the Monaco sensation. “The Girondins are absolutely not interested in the transfer or loan of Marseille player Salim Ben Seghir. The club is looking for other players to strengthen its team,” explains an insider well-informed about FCGB’s secrets.
The club is looking for other players to strengthen its squad. pic.twitter.com/CsqGnxS5PX
— Girondinfos (@Girondinfos) January 19, 2023
Goal if! Football Club deals first with the news of some elite teams, we decided to give you a summary of what happened today in the other – less media – part of the French championship. .