OGC Nice: Denis Bouanga (ASSE) in the sights of Aiglons and Galtier?
OGC Nice should strengthen significantly this summer. While the end of the season of the Aiglons takes a difficult turn after the failure in the final of the French Cup, the mercato will be important for the whole group.
Victorious 4-2 against ASSE last night, OGC Nice has been shaken by the shameful chants of some local fans against Emiliano Sala. In front of the cameras and the press, the club has united against these words heard at the Allianz Riviera. A slip that has quite irritated Christophe Galtier, reported https://cricketbetting10.in/live-betting-sites/.
And the statement of the Nice Ultras published today should probably not calm things down. If the extra-sporting shakes the club, it will be necessary to be solid on the sporting level to keep the former coach of LOSC at the head of the first team, and this will pass by a solid mercato.
Towards a triplet Delort, Bouanga, Gouiri?
OGC Nice can not rely on Amine Gouiri or Kasper Dolberg at the end of the season. Both men are struggling to find the goal and the Dane in particular could leave the club. The problem with the French striker is that he is often aligned on the left, while he prefers to occupy the axis, already taken by Andy Delort. No doubt, the Aiglons will need reinforcement on the flank.
According to the information of Jeunesfooteux, Jesper Karlsson is a serious option considered by the Côte d'Azur board. But according to Le10Sport, Denis Bouanga is also being considered by Nice. The ASSE striker, who is particularly appreciated by LOSC, is very popular in Ligue 1.
The Gabonese striker has 9 goals and 5 assists in 32 league games this season. At the end of his contract in June 2023, he should (finally) be sold by the Greens. "Finally" because OM and Stade Rennais had already come to the information but the club wanted at least 20 million euros, a sum that seems far too high, reported https://cricketbetting10.in/live-cricket-streaming/. And one year before the end of his contract, the native of Le Mans will not be sold so expensively this summer.