On the bench for the reception of Marseille, Amine Gouiri should normally have started against OM. But a discussion with Lucien Favre finally made the Swiss OGCN coach change his position. This situation proves that the 22-year-old striker is more than ever on the start in this last straight line of the transfer window.
Rennes has been the hottest destination since the end of July. But the progression is not obvious for the ex-Lyonnais. His former club also came to the news. The interest on the part of OL is real and an exchange has even been touched upon with Houssem Aouar (at the end of the contract in June 2023) who, for his part, favors England more where the clubs do not however jostle for the ‘welcome.
To activate the departure of the captain of the France hopefuls team, Nice would have lowered his claims which were 40 M€ to buy back his last two years of contract. At €30m, the Gym would be ready to negotiate. This new deal has attracted two major European clubs. Juventus Turin has surveyed Alain Migliaccio, the Nice advisor, in recent hours. The big Italian club has always loved international hopefuls and young French people in general. He would already be willing to send a loan offer with an option to buy for the French hopeful.
A big English club also came to take the temperature with Alain Migliaccio. The future of Amine Gouiri really seems to be written far from the Côte d’Azur between Rennes, Lyon, Turin or perhaps the Premier League. To replace him, the OGCN established more assertive contact, in the evening from Saturday to Sunday, with the entourage of Gaëtan Laborde who had a hard time being on the Rennes bench in Lens despite his goal after coming on. to Felix-Bollaert (2-1).