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Unemployed Englishman contacted to strengthen OL?  – Olympique Lyonnais

Unemployed Englishman contacted to strengthen OL? – Olympique Lyonnais

Olympique Lyonnais have a budget of 50 million euros for their winter transfer window. But John Dexter wouldn't hesitate if the OL could be strengthened for less money.

The American owner of Olympique Lyonnais has shown it during the previous transfer markets that he wants to take players from the other side of the channel that are completely impossible. Sometimes it works, like Jake O'Brien, who hasn't been far from OL's best player in the first half of the season, and sometimes it's a total failure, like Ainsley Maitland-Niles. But in recent hours, the England international, who is now out of contract after leaving Nottingham Forest, has been linked with the Gauleiter capital. Jesse Lingard, who we are talking about, wants to restart his career and why not in France, where several teams have been in contact.

Lingard on the OL, it's free

At 32, the Manchester United-trained English midfielder is looking for a club, but apparently, the Premier League is in no rush. when Foodmercato On the LOSC side a path was mentioned, The Sports Daily This time sparks Olympique Lyonnais' interest in Jesse Lingard. The only problem is that with the United Kingdom out of Europe, English players are considered extra social, and in the Lyon locker room, spaces are scarce, especially if John Dexter wants to sign Brazilian players as quickly as he announced. In other words, the possibility of seeing Lingard in the OL jersey in the second half of the Ligue 1 season seems unlikely, even if the latter's agent is ramping up contacts to find a way for the long-considered one. The great hope of English football.

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