Eduardo Camavinga about to extend with Stade Rennais, Real Madrid who is positioning themselves to recruit David Alaba or Bouna Sarr who does not rule out a return to Olympique de Marseille … Find the transfer information for this Thursday, November 19 2020.
Camavinga about to extend with Stade Rennais?
Eduardo Camavinga would be about to extend his contract with Stade Rennais! This is The team who revealed the information this Wednesday evening. According to the sports daily, a one-year extension of the 18-year-old midfielder’s lease is “on track”. The French international, always elusive about his future, could thus be linked to the Breton club until 2023. With this extension, the Rennes managers would give themselves more latitude during the summer transfer window in 2021. Indeed, the Breton nugget is stirring up envy and several big clubs, like Real Madrid, would like to get him back next summer. If Eduardo Camavinga were to be at the end of the contract – as is currently the case – in 2022, Stade Rennais would have very little room for maneuver in the negotiations. Its extension is therefore crucial for the current 3rd in Ligue 1.
Real Madrid stand for Alaba
While negotiations with Bayern Munich over a possible extension of his lease have stalled, David Alaba increasingly seems to be heading towards a free start next June, at the end of his contract with the Bavarian club. A situation followed by several big clubs, like Real Madrid as revealed Marca this Thursday. The profile of the Austrian, able to evolve in the axis of the defense, as a left side or even in the midfield, interests the Merengue. Madrid leaders are reportedly looking forward to January 1, 2020, when the recent Champions League winner will be entitled to enter into talks with other clubs for a transfer next summer. However, just because David Alaba will be (potentially) free next June doesn’t mean that it won’t cost anything. His agent could ask for a nice signing bonus.
David Alaba’s superb goal against Arsenal
Galtier says he does not covet the place of Villas-Boas at OM
At the heart of some rumors in recent days, Christophe Galtier wanted to make things clear. In a long interview given to The team, the Dogues coach denied wanting to take the place of André-Villas-Boas, as the latter had recently implied. “He’s wrong (…) After that my name is associated with the club… There are two parameters. One, I am from Marseille, my family lives in Marseille, I was trained at the club, I was a player at the club … And, secondly, my career for years can make people think that I can coach the OM. But for me, it is not an objective in itself to train Marseille. Obviously, when you were born in Marseille, when you were trained there … But like him with Porto, like others with Paris or Lyon ”, detailed the Lille coach who also ensures that he never spoke to Marseille President Jacques -Henri Eyraud. The former AS Saint-Etienne technician also spoke about Olympique Lyonnais, a club he also knows well and around which his name had also circulated: “I only spent a year at OL (assistant coach in 2007-2008) and it’s a frustration, but I had to leave when Alain (Perrin) left. I kept good relations in Lyon, Mr. Aulas knows that I am an honest and upright man. He created a bond between him, his friends and me, but there was no contact, ”he said.
Bouna Sarr does not rule out a return to OM
Asked by Telefoot on his future, Bouna Sarr has not closed the door to a possible return to Olympique de Marseille: “Of course, why not. You know, in football anything is possible. It’s a club in which I felt good, he explained. I managed to climb the levels. Even at the level of the supporters, they are not always indulgent we will say but they like this club. Really, I miss even them actually. Why not, after all can happen. I am 28 years old, I still have many years ahead of me. We’ll see.” The right-back recently left La Canebière to join Bayern Munich.
Bouna Sarr’s magnificent solo goal against Strasbourg with OM
Saint-Etienne has exercised the option to buy Neyou
Nice operation for AS Saint-Etienne! The Greens have announced that they have exercised the option to buy 400,000 euros for Yvan Neyou, on loan from Braga since the start of the season. “AS Saint-Étienne exercised the option to buy Yvan Neyou as provided for in the loan agreement concluded with SC Braga, the player’s previous club. Arrived in Forez on July 9, the 23-year-old Cameroonian midfielder is now Stéphanois until 2024, said the press release published by the club. The recruitment and progression of Yvan Neyou illustrate one of the development axes of ASSE’s new sports project. ” The 23-year-old midfielder has established himself as an important player in Claude Puel’s system since his arrival.
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