Aouar at Nottingham Forest, why it went wrong

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This Thursday, L’Equipe said more about the Houssem Aouar case. This morning, the sports daily explained that the OL attacking midfielder (24) had agreed on a five-year contract with Nottingham Forest, promoted to the Premier League this season, but that this did not necessarily mean that he was going to engage with the double European champions (1979, 1980), because this track left him skeptical.

Ponsot singled out

This evening, Foot Mercato specifies that the negotiations are at a standstill. “While everything seemed to be falling into place for the transfer of Houssem Aouar, everything could fall apart. According to our information, the English club did not appreciate the speech given by Vincent Ponsot, director of football. And to the media to add … “A first offer from the promoted, with great ambitions, was rejected by the Rhone club, which then specified its requirements. The English leaders have therefore formulated a second offer similar to Lyon’s requests. But there again, it was challenged and Lyon’s requirements had evolved. Enough to upset the English club, which now seems to have turned its back on this track, which is considered a priority. Crystal Palace, also interested in Aouar, could take advantage of it…

to summarize

“While everything seemed to be falling into place for the transfer of Houssem Aouar, everything could fall apart, explains Foot Mercato. According to our information, the English club did not appreciate the speech given by Vincent Ponsot, director of football. A first offer from the promoted, with great ambitions, was rejected by the Rhone club, which then clarified its requirements. The English leaders have therefore formulated a second offer similar to Lyon’s requests. But there again, it was challenged and Lyon’s requirements had evolved. Enough to upset the English club, which now seems to have turned its back on this track, yet considered a priority. »

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