Ligue 2 – Girondins de Bordeaux: Davitashvili closing in, Zwoliński and Badji in the waiting room

Zuriko Davitashvili, l'ailier géorgien devrait rejoindre les Girondins de Bordeaux

This Tuesday, Girondins de Bordeaux will continue to be unable to field any debutant against Quevilly-Rouen on the occasion of matchday 6 of Ligue 2. Due to a lack of sufficient payroll, Yoann Barbet, Vital Nsimba and Clément Michelin will therefore return to watch the Marine et Blanc match from the stands of the Matmut Atlantique as since the start of the season. Jonas Lössl has fully returned to Midtjylland, waiting to find out if he will definitely join Château du Haillan at the end of the transfer market, on Thursday at 11:00 p.m.

Davitashvili instead of Kapacak

Despite this complex situation, the club tries to get ahead as best it can in the midst of the fog. The priority today is to find offensive reinforcements. One of them should be Zuriko Davitashvili! As indicated by L’Equipe, the Girondins reached an agreement on Monday with the Georgian international winger and his club Dinamo Batumi. The two clubs are still discussing form, transfer with option to buy or transfer. The player could quickly join Bordeaux.

The Bordeaux leaders ended up validating this file at the end of the day after losing patience with the Burak Kapacak file. The club’s priority in this position, because more versatile, the Fenerbahçe midfielder was ready to join Girondins like a year ago. Problem: The Turks only wanted to sell their player if Junior Onana or Alberth Elis were included in the deal. So far, the two clubs have never managed to find common ground financially. Fenerbahçe does not plan to return to Bordeaux only on Wednesday, Marine et Blanc has decided to change tracks and, barring any new turns, we should stop there.

Zwoliński and Badji attacked

The other objective of this end of the Girondins de Bordeaux market is to find an attacker. A “great striker” to be precise. A player “Impact capable of weighing down Ligue 2 defences” as David Guion wishes. According to our information, the club’s technical director, Admar Lopes, has appointed two players for this position: Łukasz Zwoliński and Aliou Badji. An agreement has already been reached with the Pole from Lechia Gdansk and the positions of the two clubs have come closer in recent days.

Lukasz Zwolinski, the Lechia Gdansk striker is interested in Girondins © Maxpp
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At the same time, the Girondins are also advancing in the wake of the Senegalese striker from Amiens. Excellent on loan to the Picard club last season in Ligue 2 (13 goals and 3 assists in 26 games), he ended up permanently in the North. But since then relations have been a bit tense between all parties and his signing for Auxerre this summer ended up falling apart. The player would also still be out and an agreement would have been reached between the two clubs.

Elis, a transfer or nothing…

Even so, to achieve the arrival of these two signings, the problem remains the same: sell or get rid of players to reduce payroll. On this side, there hasn’t been much progress three days from the end of the transfer window. As Sud Ouest mentioned, the club’s management spoke with representatives of Albert Elis on Monday. A meeting to make things clear, the Honduran winger will only leave the club in the form of a transfer and the Girondist demands between 8 and 10 million euros or a very high resale percentage in case of a much weaker offer.

For Junior Onana, the hypothesis of a game of musical chairs cannot be ruled out. FC Midtjylland (Jonas Lössl’s club) made an oral offer of 6 million euros for the Cameroonian midfielder on Monday. The Danes are preparing to sell their young nugget Raphaël Onyedika to AC Milan… Rossoneri who is also keeping an eye on a certain Junior Onana. On the other hand, Issouf Sissokho will not leave Bordeaux unless there is an unlikely last-minute offer.

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