The Toulouse club has made an offer to Stade Malherbe to secure the services of its playmaker. The decision is said to be imminent.
Will Toulouse welcome his executioner from last season? The answer could take place at the beginning of the week…
We summarize: the only team to have beaten the Violets twice in 2021-2022 is Caen. In the first leg, the Normans won 3-2 with a goal, an offering and a penultimate pass from Jessy Deminguet; in the return match, the SMC had corrected the Tef 4-1 with the 3e achievement following an indirect free kick from this same “JD”.
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At the end of the contract in a year, the all-terrain medium (6, 8 or 10) has desires elsewhere. His departure was endorsed by its president this week after the player refused “a very nice extension” on his return from vacation according to the Caen staff. At 24 and with 137 pro matches at Malherbe, Deminguet aspires to “move on to something else”. And there is no lack of proposals for the elegant left-hander (1m78-74kg) – child of D’Ornano where he revealed himself in L1 at the age of 19: first tenure against OM, first goal six months later an acrobatic scissor, please!
The proof: apart from two Bundesliga teams (including Freiburg), the L1 makes eyes on him.
If Strasbourg has been following him for several months and Brest also has him in the sights, according to our information Toulouse and Lille are on pole to sign him. The situation should even settle down in the very next few days for the former U20 international (3 caps), whose value is 3M€ on the referent site Transfermarkt, he who weighed this season 6 goals and 9 assists.
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According to our sources, the TFC has indeed just made a first offer to the Norman leaders who will not sell off their gold jewel, at the same time, want to settle the matter fairly quickly in order to rethink their midfield. Tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock…