After recruiting Léo Dubois, Galatasaray would like to draw on OL again by recruiting Tino Kadewere.
Invited to leave Olympique Lyonnais during this summer transfer window, Tino Kadewere is in the Rhone group for the reception of AC Ajaccio this Friday as part of the first day of Ligue 1. Taking advantage of the injury of Moussa Dembélé, the Zimbabwean international is even likely to come into play. This does not change anything in OL’s plans during this summer transfer window as far as the ex-Le Havre striker is concerned. And for good reason, Jean-Michel Aulas and Vincent Ponsot still want to find a way out for Tino Kadewere in order to slim down the workforce available to Peter Bosz. In recent weeks, the name of the former Le Havre has circulated in Strasbourg but for the time being, Racing has still not sold Ludovic Ajorque and therefore has not moved to recruit the 26-year-old player. It is therefore in Turkey that the Lyon striker could bounce back.
Kadewere with Dubois at Galatasaray?
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According to the information relayed by the Turkish media Fotomac, Galatasaray is indeed interested in the profile of Tino Kadewere during this summer transfer window. Recruited by OL for the tidy sum of 12 million euros two years ago, the man who was top scorer in Ligue 2 at the time will not be sold off by Olympique Lyonnais, who do not want to hear about a loan. It now remains to be seen what price was set by Jean-Michel Aulas and by the OL board for the striker, author of only a small goal in Ligue 1 last season. A few days ago, the Spanish press revealed that Real Valladolid was also interested in Tino Kadewere, but that the price set by Olympique Lyonnais was too expensive for the finances of the Spanish club. Further proof that a priori, the player will not leave for less than 10 million euros this summer. The question now is whether Galatasaray has that sum in the bank or not…