Laurent Batlles (coach)
Free since his departure from Troyes last December, the coach returns to the helm of a club he knows perfectly well (former player, subsidiary coach).
Loaned last season by Troyes to Leganés (Spanish D2), the center-back joined a coach at Forez who had made him his captain at Estac.
After eight seasons at Nimes, the 27-year-old center-back signed for ASSE until 2025.
He too, Laurent Batlles, knows him perfectly. The attacking midfielder arrives from Troyes, the club where he played for three seasons. A comeback for this ASSE-trained southpaw.
One of the revelations of Ligue 2 last season. This left-footed midfielder comes from Pau.
The striker arrives from Olympique Lyonnais, a club where he has only played once since 2018. The last two seasons he has been on loan at Troyes (7 goals in 31 games)
Passed through Toulouse and Reims, the attacking midfielder is on loan with a purchase option by Standard de Liège (Belgium).
Best hope for the Dutch D2 last season, the Belgian-Moroccan midfielder joins from Roda JC.
At 33 years old, this experienced goalkeeper comes from Lorient where he was third in the hierarchy. He will have played 31 games there in the last two seasons.
The forward that ASSE was looking for in this transfer window. The Senegalese arrives from Qarabag, in Azerbaijan (4 goals in 8 qualifying matches for the Champions League).
Return of this defender trained in the ASSE. The left-hander arrives from Lorient (22 games and 1 goal last season in Ligue 1).
He also arrives from Lorient after a full season with Les Merlus (34 games, 3 goals).
They come back after their loan
Jean Philippe Krasso
After a 6-month loan spell to AC Ajaccio (15 games, 4 goals in Ligue 2), the striker will now try to win with the Greens.
On loan for the last two seasons to Leganés (Spanish D2), the right-back has featured in 5 of the first 6 ASSE games this season.
They left us this summer
Loaned without an option to buy in the winter market by the SCO of Angers, the goalkeeper returned to Angevin lands at the end of the season.
Loaned without a purchase option in the winter market by the Portuguese club Vitoria Guimaraes, the Malian defender returned to his home club. He was loaned again this season to Montpellier (with mandatory purchase option)
Without entering the plans of the Saint-Etienne squad, the former Le Havre was loaned this summer to Greece, to AEK Athens.
After four seasons in the ASSE, the defender is currently without a club.
Arrived in Forez in 2019, the Peruvian left-back is currently without a club.
Lucas Gourna Douath
Trained in the ASSE, the midfielder left this summer for Austria and RB Salzburg against a check of 13 million euros.
Captain for part of last season, starter at the start of the season, one of the club’s sons has also gone to Brest, in Ligue 1. On loan with an automatic purchase option if the Breton club stays
After three seasons in ASSE, the Algerian international left the club this summer. No club at the moment.
His red card on Matchday 1 of Ligue 2 against Dijon will remain his last memory in the green jersey. After three seasons at Forez, the Gabonese flew to the United States and Los Angeles FC against a check of 4.5 million euros
At the age of 35, after ten years marked by 62 goals with ASSE, the striker left for one last challenge with AC Ajaccio, in Ligue 1.
After four seasons in the ASSE (37 goals in 114 games), the Tunisian international signed for Montpellier, in Ligue 1.
Arrived last December, the trainer failed in its maintenance mission. Departure at the end of the lost dam against Auxerre.
Rarely used (one match last season), the centre-back joined the Belgian top flight at RFC Seraing.
The mistery. Arriving in poor shape at the ASSE, the center-back will not have played a minute with the greens. The former Sevilla player has not found a club since then.
Arrived at the winter transfer window, the French international left quickly. No club since then.
Starter at the beginning of the season and then a substitute, the midfielder was loaned to Leganés, in the Spanish Second Division.
Substituted at half time in the season opener against Dijon, the midfielder was transferred to Famalicao, Portugal.
Arrived at ASSE in 2017, on loan to Chievo Verona (Italy) and then to Ankaragucu (Turkey), the Senegalese midfielder now plays for OFI Crête (Greek championship)
On loan from Angers in the winter market, the striker returned to Anjou this summer.
Announced about the departure from the beginning of the transfer window, playmaker XXXXX
Trained at the club, the winger signed for Montpellier for 4 million euros
Author of some innings at stake at the start of the season, the winger is on loan at Puy Foot, from Nacional
Loaned to the winter market by the Turks from Basaksehir, the striker will be relaunched this season in Switzerland, at Servette FC.
Not retained by the ASSE, the midfielder is looking for a new project.
Not retained, the winger signed in Romania, at FC Dinamo.
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