In the sense of arrivals as well as departures, Lorient is definitely a great animator of this end of the transfer window.
Surprising 6are of Ligue 1, the Merlus have decided to take advantage (financially) of their good first part of the season. First by selling Dango Ouattara to Bournemouth in exchange for a large check for 27 million euros. Then possibly by separating from their serial scorer Terem Moffi (12 goals this season) if Nice agrees to put on the table the 30 million euros expected.
In return, the Breton club has nevertheless begun to compensate for these departures and to strengthen. Olympique de Marseille striker Bamba Dieng, was thus recruited for 10 million euros (bonus included) and he should not be the last winter reinforcement of FCL. Although doubled by Olympique Lyonnais in the case of versatile striker Wilson Isidor (Lokomotiv Moscow), Lorient is preparing to recruit OL attacking midfielder Romain Faivre as part of a loan payment of one million euros. A titular goalkeeper is also wanted while the experienced Moussa Djenepo (Southampton) and the young Joel Mvuka (Bodo Glimt) could land on the wings.
A nice bet for Hakes
Ayman Kari very close to being loaned to Lorient!
The 18-year-old Parisian midfielder should get playing time with the 6th in Ligue 1.
6 month loan without purchase option.
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And that’s not all. This Saturday, The Team indeed teaches us that the Bretons are well on their way to welcoming a young talent from Paris Saint-Germain. This is midfielder Ayman Kari (18), expected on a six-month loan with no option to buy. Appearing in the group three times this season but without playing a single minute, the one who was also courted by Clermont will thus have the opportunity to accumulate experience and gain playing time within a club where the competition promises to be less tough at his post. All under the leadership of a coach like Régis Le Bris, a renowned player who does not hesitate to trust young people.