The transfer market for French clubs will end this Thursday, September 1 at 11:00 p.m. We are in the last week, the one of all madness. A lot of new information from ASSE was leaked yesterday. Here is the point five days from the end of the endless summer transfer window.
Two players from Lorient arrive
The Saint-Etienne board should register two signatures today. The defender trained at the club Léo Pétrot would return to the club after two seasons at Andrézieux and one at Lorient L1. The player must commit for 3 seasons. He does not arrive alone since his partner Thomas Monconduit, the 31-year-old midfielder, will also sign for 3 seasons. They are reinforcements 9 and 10 of Saint-Etienne’s summer transfer window. According to information from Mohamed Toubache-Ter, the transfer price for both players is around one million euros. His signature is expected to be available quickly for the game against Bastia on Tuesday night.
Following the information of@ArnaudHuchetThey ask me where Monconduit and Pétrot are.
— Mohamed TOUBACHE-TER (@MohamedTERParis) August 26, 2022
A plan A and a plan B in attack
According to information from Progrès, the club has defined its field of action for hiring the striker. Plan A is called Irvin Cardona. The 25-year-old from Brest has 2 offers: AS Saint-Etienne and Strasbourg. However, Racing would only sign him in the event of the departure of one of his attackers (Ajorque or Diallo). Without plays, the club does not want an extra player in the attacking sector. In case of failure of this track, plan B is called Adrian Grbic. We reveal it to you exclusively on our poster, the Austrian striker is followed by ASSE and could put on the green tunic. The last hours of this transfer window promise to be eventful.
The boat with Fofana
The club-trained defender will commit to Chelsea. According to team information:Leicester and Chelsea have reached an agreement for the transfer of Wesley Fofana for an estimated amount of 82.5 million euros. If he reaches the bonuses, the Frenchman could become the most expensive defender in history ahead of Harry Maguire (€90 million).This sale will mean about 10 million euros for the ASSE. In fact, the Saint-Etienne club had stipulated a clause during the sale. The club receives 20% of the capital gains from the transfer. The player had been sold for almost 40 million euros. in the summer of 2021. The 10M will not be affected all at once but proportionally to the different payment terms of the signing. A sum that should open prospects for the striker’s hiring!
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Madhi Camara is from Brest
Saint-Etienne’s number 8 trained at the club has signed for his new club at the Brestois stadium. As previously announced, the player accepts in the form of a loan with a mandatory purchase option in case of maintenance. The amount that the ASSE will receive if the Brest stadium is maintained is 3.25 million euros. The player underwent a medical examination yesterday before posing with his new shirt. He chose number 45! Good luck to our warrior!
𝗠𝗮𝗵𝗱𝗶 𝗖𝗮𝗺𝗮𝗿𝗮 goes to 𝙍𝙊𝙐𝙂𝙀! 🔴
– Brestois Stadium 29 (@SB29) August 26, 2022
Madhi Camara wanted to deliver a farewell message to his training club and the club he has occupied for 9 years. Here it is :
“With great emotion I announce the end of my green adventure after 9 years in this legendary club. It’s time to say thank you: all my teammates, the coaches who saw me grow, the club employees, the medical team and of course the fans. Thank you very much to the people who believed in me and allowed me to realize my dream, know that wearing this green shirt was a great pride for me. I have never cheated and I have always given my best, in good times and in bad, of course it is a disappointment to leave on this negative note and even today I continue to have consequences but I am sure that the club will recover thanks to All of you. I will always be a green supporter and have amazing memories of this beautiful ALV stadium 💚
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