Éric Roy puts pressure on his management

Éric Roy puts pressure on his management
Éric Roy puts pressure on his management

The party is over for Brest! Surprising 3rd in Ligue 1, the Finistère club is now working on preparing for the next financial year which promises to be challenging with Ligue 1 and the Champions League to face simultaneously. Before thinking about the European games which are sure to make its supporters salivate, Stade Brestois 29 must first be focused on the future of Grégory Lorenzi.

Grégory Lorenzi, will he leave Brest or not?

A great architect of Brest’s success, the sports director is on the books of Rennes, Nice and Lens. A meeting took place between Corsica and its president this Thursday to discuss the future. While waiting for the outcome, Éric Roy has already outlined the roadmap for Stade Brestois this summer during his appearance in Rothen s’igname (RMC). The best coach in L1 2023/2024 wants to be very quickly determined on the budget allocated to the summer transfer window.

” Means ? We are not asking for huge sums of money but we want to have settled, factual things”

“I have no information (on Grégory Lorenzi). He is the one to ask the question. We are in a decisive week because he is meeting the president, the board, to determine a road map together. Means ? We are not asking for huge amounts of money but we want to have things settled, factual: “You have an envelope of this much, are you able to strengthen the team with that?” With the Champions League, Brest must indeed strengthen its squad: We have eight more matches guaranteed. What we especially want to strengthen is from the 14th to the 22nd player. If we manage to keep our strengths strong, ideally, the idea is to have understudies in each position with the same level, or practically, as the incumbent. We are there either to revive players or to hatch them. We will have some bets to try” believes the Riviera. With Grégory Lorenzi to tempt them? The suspense remains.

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