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World OL: Jeff Reine-Adélaïde did not refuse to play

17:00  26 september  2020
17:00  26 september  2020 Source:   sports.fr

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Reuters © Supplied by Sports.fr Reuters Jeff Reine-Adélaïde, the OL midfielder, denied having announced to Rudi Garcia that he refused to play with the Gones. In the sights of Stade Rennais and Hertha Berlin during the last few weeks, Jeff Reine-Adélaïde is still not fixed on his future. Just hours after the publication of the team's revelations concerning the refusal of the former Angers midfielder to be summoned against Lorient in the championship, the 22-year-old Lyonnais came out of his silence to put the things clear. "Words that I have NEVER said" In a recent tweet, the captain of the France Espoirs team published an image from the sports newspaper accusing him of having gone to clash with Lyon with for comment : "" Information "totally wrong. It would be nice to avoid attributing to me things that I have NEVER said. Thank you. Jeff Reine-Adelaïde is therefore, indeed, forfeited for this Sunday's meeting against Lorient on behalf of the fifth day of Ligue 1 because of physical problems.

Totally incorrect "Information". It would be nice to avoid attributing to me things that I have NEVER said. Thank you pic.twitter.com/IDUnNCR4Ow

- Jeff Reine-Adélaïde (@jreineadelaide)

"Information" totally wrong.

It would be nice if I didn't say anything to me that I NEVER said. Thanks

pic.twitter.com/IDUnNCR4Ow - Jeff Reine-Adélaïde (@jreineadelaide) September 26, 2020 ? Ref_src = twsrc% 5Etfw "> September 26, 2020

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