Targeted by Gaultier, a gunner trained at PSG

Targeted by Gaultier, a gunner trained at PSG

Now Christophe Gaultier on the bench of OGC Nice wants to recruit number 9 during this summer transfer window. A goalscorer trained at PSG would thus be in the planning of a Nice Club coach.

Christophe Gaultier Following in the Footsteps of a Parisian Titi

Since his transfer from Paris Saint-Germain to Celtic Glasgow in the summer of 2018 against a budget of €10.3 million, Odsonne Edouard has made a name for himself at the Scottish side. A true fox of surfaces, the French international candidate was the top scorer in the Scottish Championship last season with 22 goals. Making him one of the most iconic players in the Scottish Premiership. Announced at more English clubs including Brighton, Leicester City and Crystal Palace, the former PSG player could finally return to Ligue 1 this season.

Indeed, one year after the expiration of his contract, odson edouard did not expand. So it may be sold out this summer to avoid watching it for free at the end of the season. According to information from the British media Football Insider, the native of Kourou (French Guiana) is on the shelves of the leaders of the OGC Nice. Christophe Gaultier Appreciates the profile of the 23-year-old and has requested his management to strengthen him. The Egalons are therefore preparing to make an offer to Titi of Paris, but the matter is still far from being said.

Is Odsonne Edouard too greedy for OGC Nice?

With the arrival of Japan’s Kyogo Furuhashi, Celtic will be open to transfer from Glasgowodson edouard. And if OGC intends to send a concrete proposal to the Nice Scottish club to try to recover it, OGCN sporting director Julian Fournier will have to be very generous with the player. NS daily Mail Assuring that the Premier League has closed its doors due to Edward’s high salary requirements, without giving any figures. Will OGC Nice be able to convince them sports and financially?

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Case will continue…


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