OL: A very big transfer that came out of nowhere?

Eager to go to the end of his contract, Moussa Dembélé could be offered an attractive way out. Manchester United think of him to strengthen in attack.

Moussa Dembélé will be very difficult to dislodge from Olympique Lyonnais this summer. The tricolor striker ended rather well last season, and therefore intends to confirm this state of form, despite the arrival of Alexandre Lacazette. Jean-Michel Aulas would like to sell him, for the simple and good reason that the former Celtic Glasgow arrives in the last year of his contract, and especially plans to leave free in a year. OL therefore come up against a wall, Dembélé having no intention of changing their minds. Unless an offer comes to force him to reconsider everything. That’s what could happen according to England Eurosport insider Dean Jones, who has revealed that Manchester United are interested in the Lyon striker. Since his stints at Fulham and Glasgow, Dembélé has had a good rating in the Premier League, where he also sees himself returning after his adventure at OL.

MU without Cavani or Cristiano Ronaldo?

For Manchester United, who plan to go a season without Cristiano Ronaldo, having a fixation point in attack has become crucial, while Edinson Cavani has also left. Its value remains very attainable for the Red Devils, since paying Dembélé would cost less than 20 million euros, OL especially wanting to record a cash inflow rather than “peanuts” in a year. The planets could therefore align if Manchester United were to materialize this interest, and it is not Lyon who would ruin the deal. It remains to be seen whether an offer will fall, which should not fail to seduce the tricolor striker, who knows that there is a place to take in the rotation at Old Trafford. An opportunity not to be missed, neither for OL nor for Moussa Dembélé?

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