Scorer on Saturday evening against Nantes, Tetê has been gaining momentum since his arrival at OL at the end of March. The Brazilian from Shakhtar Donetsk was quick to show his qualities on the wing to Lyon supporters who would dream of keeping him. Peter Bosz joins them on this point.
This is a recruit who will not be missed at OL. If all Lyon’s attacking transfers have not always brought satisfaction in recent years, Tetê rather represents the right pick. Lyon were able to be opportunistic to get the Brazilian from Shakhtar Donetsk as war hit Ukraine and Dombass. He took it well because the qualities of the Auriverde winger were quickly visible in a deficient position in the Rhone workforce. On Saturday evening, Tetê dazzled Groupama stadium with his dribbling and flashes, notably scoring a decisive goal at the end of the match.
Peter Bosz would keep Tetê well but it’s up to the club to decide
In a month and a half, Tetê has convinced a large part of Lyon supporters of his potential but above all of the need to keep him in the future. OL followers are very enthusiastic about the idea of imagining this player in a few months with real physical preparation, a better psychological approach, in a system and a team that are now known. Peter Bosz is also under the spell, praising this player in a post-match press conference. Behind the plebiscite, there is clearly a call from the foot to the Lyon management for the summer transfer window.
West Ham United have joined the race to bring 22 year old Brazilian star Tete to the Premier League.
Once his short-term deal at Lyon expires, he will be free to sign for any club.
— West Ham News & Views (@WestHamViews_) May 7, 2022
“ Tete is a very good player. I knew him from before. In Shakhtar, we watched a lot of videos of him. We knew he was a good player. At first it was difficult for him. Even when he returned and scored against Angers by following up with an assist at West Ham. He had problems showing his qualities in the first matches but over the last few weeks, things are getting better and better. He is a very interesting footballer. Do I want to keep it? It’s not for me to say. With the club, we discuss the subject “, he told reporters. However, not sure that these words are enough for Tetê. While his short contract at OL expires next June, he is receiving numerous requests in Europe, starting with West Ham. Wanting to play Europe, Tetê may well favor the Hammers at Les Gones, offside for the C4 since Saturday.