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Offbeat OL ready to release Jean Lucas to a L1 club

22:00  24 september  2020
22:00  24 september  2020 Source:   sports.fr

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Panoramic © Supplied by Sports.fr Panoramic Olympique Lyonnais should be one of the big players at the end of the summer transfer window in France. Deprived of the European Cup this season, the Olympique Lyonnais could see a frame of the caliber of Memphis Depay , Moussa Dembélé or Houssem Aouar leave by next October 5, the closing date of the summer transfer window. But many Gones are courted in parallel, and the formation chaired by Jean-Michel Aulas could let some go. Bordeaux interested Faced with strong competition in the midfield, Jean Lucas is a candidate for a start, and according to information from L'Equipe, the Brazilian midfielder could land at Girondins de Bordeaux . At 22 years old and with a contract running until June 2024 between Rhône and Saône, the person concerned could therefore spend a few months on loan (without a purchase option) under the orders of Jean-Louis Gasset, provided that the residents of the Matmut Atlantique covers his entire salary. Bought € 8 million a year ago As a reminder, Jean Lucas was hired in July 2019 by the Lyonnais, against compensation of € 8 million sent to the Flamengo funds.

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