OL flee Malacia, Aulas feared a police raid

OL flee Malacia, Aulas feared a police raid

Left to complete the transfer of Tyrell Malacia, Olympique Lyonnais finally backed down. During the presentation of Corentin Tolisso, the Rhone club hinted that the entourage of the left side had unacceptable demands.

If some still doubted it, it’s confirmed, Tyrell Malacia will not join Olympique Lyonnais this summer. The Ligue 1 resident seemed close to a full agreement for the transfer of the left-back from Feyenoord Rotterdam. But different sources revealed that the Dutchman finally chose Manchester United. However, this is not the version given by Vincent Ponsot. During the presentation of Corentin Tolisso, the director of football accused the player’s entourage.

There are things OL don’t do

If we don’t have the means to recruit, we can’t bring in players of that level. It’s generally, regardless of their love, or not, for OL. So it’s not a matter of meansfirst replied the leader. But on the other hand, I will be very clear, the institution is always stronger than any player. We sometimes have requests, it’s like that in the world of football, well we don’t do it because we will never put the institution in danger for a player. I think the president is happy to be able to sleep peacefully at night and not see the police come in the morning. I don’t want that either. »

Could this obstacle be linked to Manchester United’s difficulties in finalizing the transfer? ” I can’t say everything, but the “thing” should have been signed since Tuesday and it’s still not signed. ask yourselfdropped Vincent Ponsot. But we, the demands we have on the amounts of commissions, to pay them… We don’t do it. It’s true that it sometimes derails the deals, indeed. But we still want to look for a left-back and we’ll find a good one, don’t worry. According to The Athletic, the Red Devils are held back by the entourage of Tyrell Malacia, whose agent Ali Dursun is not allowed to represent him. The left side would now be supported by his father on this thorny issue.

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