It’s done, a nugget from Lyon joins OGC Nice!

OL Mercato: Very interested in Rayan Cherki and Houssem Aouar, theOGC Nice will enlist a striker from Olympique Lyonnais upstream.

OL Mercato: A striker joins OGC Nice

Bad news for Olympique Lyonnais regarding its young talents. While waiting for the formalization of Corentin Tolissowho is currently undergoing his medical examination, the Rhone club announced this Thursday the departure of one of its best hopes in attack, Ryad Talbi. At the end of his aspiring contract with Les Gones, the 18-year-old striker will join theOGC Nice by Lucien Favré.

As revealed The Team this Thursday, the Gym will have been more convincing in recovering the Franco-Moroccan nugget, who had received a similar offer from OL. In Nice, Talbi will initial a first trainee contract. A blow for Olympique Lyonnais, which is reminiscent of the transfers of Melvin Bard and Amine Gouiri in recent years to the Aiglons. But Ryad Talbi might not be the only Lyon player to join the Côte d’Azur this summer.

OL Mercato: Houssem Aouar also in Favre’s plans in Nice

Just invested at the head of the Gym to replace Christophe Galtier, who will join PSG this week, Lucien Favré informed its new leaders of its transfer window objectives. Among the hot tracks, the former BVB coach would like to enlist the international environment, Houssem Aouar. According to Nice morning, the new coach of OGC Nice would greatly appreciate the technical palette of the player trained in Lyon, also targeted by clubs in Spain and Italy. One year from the end of his contract in the Rhône, Houssem Aouar seems to be heading for a departure this summer, he who has already recorded his non-extension in his training club.

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To a lesser extent, the Nice board had ticked the name of the promising Rayan Cherki, in the time of Christophe Galtier. Not sure, however, that the new Gym coach still wants to recruit the 18-year-old nugget, who for his part would be in favor of a contract extension with Les Gones.