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OGC Nice: Ineos changes gear
Ineos has no shortage of ambitions at OGC Nice this season. Asked by L’Équipe, David Brailsford gave the roadmap: “Why couldn’t we become the most modern club in France? In sport, it’s not just a question of putting in a lot of money and buying players. Investing money wisely to create something that makes the fans proud, that’s the point. That’s what we’re going to do. At Ineos we like to work with discretion. Nice are working on developing a style of play, with a manager who has a clear style. We decided it was smarter to wait for Lucien’s opinion to guide us and target the right player profiles. It may be frustrating for the fans, but I’d rather walk towards a good decision than run towards a bad one. According to Corriere dello Sport, Adam Ounas, tracked by OM, could return to Nice.
AS Monaco: Diop’s future clarified
Committed to the 3rd preliminary round of the Champions League, AS Monaco will challenge PSV Eindhoven. The first leg will take place on Tuesday August 2 at 8 p.m. at Louis-II. Return on August 9 at 8:30 p.m. in the Netherlands. Both matches will be broadcast by Canal +. Paul Mitchell, the sporting director of the Principality club, also analyzed the future of Sofiane Diop: “Sofiane came back from vacation with a muscle injury, which is a shame because everyone knows how important preparation is in start of the season. He showed a lot of qualities, especially during his first season at the club. He is a hopeful international tricolor who can gain a little more regularity and who will have the chance to apply for a starting place during the year. »
ESTAC: Irles dropped by Mombaerts?
The vice tightens dangerously around Bruno Irles. After being challenged by part of his locker room, the ESTAC coach could lose one of his most loyal supporters: Érik Mombaerts. According to Foot Mercato, the City Group sports adviser would have given certain players at the training center several reproaches against him. Troyes will play their last warm-up match on July 30. With which coach on the bench?
AC Ajaccio: Mayembo arrives in Corsica
Fernand Mayembo (26) will wear the AC Ajaccio jersey well. According to L’Équipe, the promoted Corsican has just definitively agreed with Le Havre to buy the last two years of the contract of the central defender and Congolese international (17 selections). He will sign his three-year contract on Monday. The transfer fee would be around €300,000, bonus not included.
Girondins: Mara savior of the club?
With the sale of Sekou Mara and the support of the Bordeaux Commercial Court, the Girondins, heard by the CNOSF yesterday, hope for a favorable opinion to obtain their maintenance in L2. “This demonstrates the financial strength of the club thanks to a reconstituted player asset. Thanks to this operation alone, it has already reached almost all of its sales target (€14 million) in the off-season”, hastened to react the Aquitaine club on Twitter. But L’Équipe explains that the case is not yet settled since the CNOSF has not displayed a trend. And if he was finally sensitive to the arguments of the Girondins, he does not have the power to impose a change of decision by keeping him in L2. The Olympic Committee can, at best, propose this solution. And it would then be up to the executive committee of the FFF to accept or not to reconsider the demotion decision taken initially. The opinion of the CNOSF should not be given today, but rather at the beginning of next week. If it were unfavorable to Bordeaux, the ultimate recourse would be an interim order before the administrative court.
RC Strasbourg: Pierre-Gabriel close to Racing?
After the arrival of Colin Dagba from PSG, Foot Mercato let it be known that Strasbourg could recruit another right side in the person of Ronaël Pierre-Gabriel. Trained in Saint-Etienne and passed through AS Monaco, the 24-year-old defender left Ligue 1 in 2019 to join Mainz in the Bundesliga.
SCO Angers: Traoré joins FC Metz
Nice move by FC Metz, relegated to Ligue 2: the Lorraine club hired central defender Ismaël Traoré (35) yesterday. The former captain of Angers, a free party from Anjou, signed up for two years. In addition, Foot Mercato affirms that Batista Mendy, former midfielder of FC Nantes, would be on the shelves of OGC Nice. “Targeted by RC Lens at the start of the transfer window, he is not necessarily on the start but could be seduced by the Nice project”, slip our colleagues.
Stade Brestois: Lees-Melou approaching
Pierre Lees-Melou should arrive in the next few hours at Stade Brestois. The Telegram speaks of a three-season contract for the 29-year-old attacking midfielder, who will have his medical examination tomorrow. Norwich player for a year with whom he went down in the Championship, the person concerned is the subject of a transfer estimated at 2.3 M€, in addition to a 10% bonus on a possible capital gain at the resale. For his part, Achraf Dari could land next week.
Info: After losing part of the Troyes locker room, ESTAC coach Bruno Irles could lose one of his most loyal supporters: Érick Mombaerts.https://t.co/jpmSWPiFtT
— Sebastien Denis (@sebnonda) July 22, 2022