Nice: towards a departure from Dolberg and Claude-Maurice?


OGC Nice could lose striker Kasper Dolberg at the end of the transfer window, while he targets Danish club Sevilla.

Kasper Dolberg, OGC Nice-FC Nantes match

He said foot mercato, who reveals a lot of information about Nice on Tuesday evening, the Spanish club will consider the possibility of loaning Kasper Dolberg. The former Ajax Amsterdam striker, who has not played since the start of the season due to a shoulder injury, seduces Monchi, Sevilla’s sporting director. The Andalusian squad certainly wants to recruit a top scorer, and is already targeting three names in La Liga. Kasper Dolberg, associated with OGC Nice until 2024, is shortlisted for 15th place in the Spanish championship.

Claude Morris leaves

Still on the departure side, according to the team And the foot mercatoAlexis Claude-Maurice will be joining the RC Lens. The attacking midfielder will be loaned to Blood and Gold for one year, with no purchase option. The 24-year-old Frenchman, under contract until 2024, did not win last year’s OGC Nice (11 games in all competitions), in his first season with the Aiglons, after moving from Lorient. The player is often sidelined due to serious injuries (fracture of the fibula, ankle surgery). The movement should be formalized on Wednesday.

Brian and Roault on the horizon

In the direction of arrivals, Ness wants to strengthen the defense. foot mercato He reveals that the French club has set its sights on the Englishman from Fulham, Jo Bryan. The 28-year-old left-back, who should face competition from Levin Kurzawa, who will be loaned to the English club by Paris Saint-Germain, may be interested in making a move to Nice. Joe Bryan has just one year left on his contract with Fulham.

Finally, Nice contacted Toulouse to appoint centre-back Anthony Rouault, according to the team And the beautiful morning. Except that TFC president Damien Comolli pointed out the Aiglons by refusing to sell the 21-year-old Frenchman, under contract for another two seasons.

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