Girondins demand effort from players, West Ham eye a player in Strasbourg, Nice can dream of early, Angers sale is over

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Girondin: Players called for salary cuts

Their recruitment is overseen by the DNCG, Girondins de Bordeaux are not free to recruit and are nonetheless a necessity for those who watched their first game against Valencia (0-0) last Saturday. According to RMC, the FCGB would have required already contracted players to accept a pay cut so they could score two reinforcements, Yoann Barbet (29, Queen’s Park Rangers) and Vital N’Simba (29, Clermont Foot). Negotiations are currently underway between management and staff.

OGC Nice: Villarreal are ready to let Boulay Zia go

Just a year after arriving from Reims, Boulay Día could leave Villarreal. The 25-year-old has failed to establish himself at the side of Unai Emery, who is said to be willing to hand him over on loan with an option to buy. According to transfer specialist Ignazio Genuardi, OGC Nice as well as Salernitana are in a race to welcome him. Dia would be Plan B for the striker position after Alassane Plea finally extended to Mönchengladbach when it was announced near Aiglons.

RC Strasbourg: Ibrahima Sissoko against West Ham

Having looked at Piotr Zelensky (Naples) and then Amadou Onana (Lille) but failed both times, West Ham will now look to Ibrahima Sissoko. Hammers appreciate the Strasbourg profile. Under a contract until 2024, the former Brestois is listed at a price of €8 million by Transfermarkt. It is largely possible for Londoners who have offered four times the recruitment of the Belgian midfielder from LOSC.

SCO d’Angers: US investment fund sale failed

The head of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Angers, Said Chaban, announced yesterday evening that negotiations with the American investment fund Global Football Corporation had collapsed. The manager declined to say more but confirmed that the club would not be the subject of new negotiations in the coming months. So we’ll have to wait until at least next summer to see the Maine-et-Loire club change.

Monaco: No more leaving at the end of the transfer window?

In a press conference before the trip to Strasbourg this afternoon, Monaco coach Philippe Clement made it clear that there should be no departure: “Unless the club offers an exceptional amount, there will be no open door to leave. Everyone is allied at the club. To keep this squad ” . Perhaps the Champions League elimination will change that thinking.

Fusion Clubs on August 5

If the goal! The football club deals first with the news of some of the elite teams, and we have decided to give you a summary of what happened today in the other – less media – part of the French Ligue 1.

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