Benlamri ended up in Qatar
Djamel Benlamri will not have stayed long at Qatar SC. The Doha club, where he signed last summer, announced this Sunday the termination of his contract. The 32-year-old Algerian international had just one whirlwind season in Qatar, playing just 19 games in all competitions. Kind of like at OL where he only played a handful of games (6) last season before he was released.
Thomas Müller reportedly extended with Bayern Muncih
german media image reports on Monday that Thomas Müller will extend for two seasons with Bayern. Initially committed to the Bavarian club until 2023, the German is now tied to his longtime club until 2025.
Julien Stéphan did not like the rumor that he was sent to Lyon
Saturday, The team announced that Julien Stéphan, Strasbourg’s current coach, was Olympique Lyonnais’ priority in the event of Peter Bosz’s departure. Information that Stéphan does not seem to like very much, who reacted strongly on Sunday before the Prime Video microphone.
“If OL’s interest is real? What I can’t control is what Lyon wants to do in the future. I have absolutely no control over that. On the other hand, what I can control and say is that after reading this article, “I was surprised that I gave consent or possibly positive guidance for this. This is false. It is a lack of respect for the Strasbourg club. It is also disrespectful to the coach who is there. Strasbourg is “It’s not a doormat that you can trample on like that. It’s a beautiful club, it’s a club that I trusted at the beginning of the season. My only goal and my only ambition from here to the end of the season compared to the Lyon is to leave them.” behind. Which would be an incredible achievement.”
Lacazette sets a condition to return to OL
A guest on Canal Fútbol Club this Sunday, Alexandre Lacazette admitted that OL had made inquiries to bring him back to the club next season. However, at the end of the contract with Arsenal, the 30-year-old striker makes one condition. “I want to play Europe, I haven’t played the Champions League for a long time too, so I miss it. Nothing is impossible in life, but it’s a little more complicated,” Lacazette replied about the possible obstacle that OL’s absence represents from a European. competition that could represent the next season.
Ajax: Ten Hag ‘not gone yet’ according to club sporting director
Following Ajax’s elimination in the Dutch Cup semi-final against PSV Eindhoven, Gerry Hamstra has confirmed that the club are trying to persuade Erik Ten Hag to stay, despite rumors of sending him to Manchester United.
“There is interest in Erik ten Hag, it’s normal. He did fantastic things,” Hamstra told ESPN, in comments broadcast by sky sports. We hope you stay. We have to stick to the facts, it’s not gone yet. He always focuses on Ajax, so do we. We did everything we could (to keep him at Ajax). We were very busy with that. He reacted by saying that he is now focusing on Ajax. Now we are preparing for two scenarios, Ten Hag could stay or go.”
Joe Cole’s ad for Lukaku
Former Chelsea legend Joe Cole has issued a warning to Romelu Lukaku, who has been very low-key since joining Chelsea last summer. “Lukaku has six weeks to save his Chelsea career if he wants to. Look at Timo Werner, he never gives up and when he doesn’t score he comes up with something else. Lukaku missed an opportunity, he did everything wrong, he extended his body and hit the post. He must be mad at himself because he’s better than that. He has to make a change. He has to go back to being the player he was,” Joe Cole explained on ITV Sport.
Peter Bosz will stay in Lyon according to Jean-Michel Aulas
After Sunday’s great victory against Bordeaux (6-1), Jean-Michel Aulas told Prime Video that Peter Bosz will continue as OL coach next season, regardless of the outcome of the current championship. “The coach will be with us next season,” he confirmed minutes later to the journalists present in the mixed zone. And it’s not worth saying that I went to recruit or that I tried to recruit other coaches, nor did we think about it.”
Good morning to all
The clubs of Europe are now launching themselves in the final sprint of the 2021-2022 campaign and are looking to snatch the national title, a European place or even a continental coronation. But that does not prevent the leaders from preparing for the next season and drawing up the main lines of an ambitious hiring during the market summer
Between those who will take risks despite the uncertainties and those who already want to limit the damage, there are plenty of problems for the bosses of clubs in Ligue 1 and in the big leagues.