2:48 p.m. – June 10, 2021
Failing to have the means to recruit as he wants, Claude Puel has decided to opt for lower cost leads.
In search of a left side in anticipation of next season, Saint-Etienne has activated the track of the Dutchman, Kenneth Paal.
The Greens would also be in the footsteps of the versatile left-back of AS Monaco, Arthur Zagre.
On the right side and in order to replace Debuchy, the Greens are thinking of the Tunisian international free of any engagement, Wajdi Kechrida.
Still in defense, Sainté thinks of Andreaw Gravillon, the central defender of Inter Milan.
Wanting to attract a versatile defender, Claude Puel would also have approached Yoan Severin, the player of Servette FC.
In attack, the Stéphanois are looking, as was the case last summer, to recruit a number 9 who can stack goals.
Simeon Nwankwo, the center-forward of Crotone, would be on the shelves of the Forez club.
Saint-Etienne could also soon draw for center-forward for Turkish club Altinordu FC, Enis Destan.
At the end of the contract at Olympique de Marseille, Saîf-Eddine Khaoui, the Tunisian attacking midfielder, would be in the sights of AS Saint-Etienne.
In search of good deals on transfer market, the Forez club is in the process of activating itself in order to strengthen the workforce of Claude Puel next season. Preferring to bet on players at the end of their contract, the Saint-Etienne management, in the grip of great financial difficulties, does not intend to invest a lot of money this summer. After starting the departure site, the managers of Holy now continue with the activation of lower cost tracks.
According to site information Daily Sports, the Saint-Etienne recruiters would have activated the track of the Tunisian international, Saîf-Eddine Khaoui. Aged 26, the player trained in Tours is more than ever on the start because of his lack of playing time. Claude Puel could greatly appreciate his versatility in attack.
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