Longoria found Clauss’ successor?

Longoria found Clauss’ successor?
Longoria found Clauss’ successor?

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Announced on departure in the event of an agreement reached between the club and the player, Jonathan Clauss would be inclined to leave this summer. The club, which will not refuse his transfer in the event of a good offer, would have identified his replacement in the person of Lorenz Assignon.

After opening the door to a public departure, Jonathan Clauss could well start from loon during this transfer window. At the Euro with his international teammates, the player’s case should evolve upon returning from competition. Waiting for, Pablo Longoria is already starting to inquire about his potential successor and would have even targeted a first choice with the Rennes side: Lorenz Assignon.

Desires to leave for Clauss

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Already tracked by OM in the winter transfer window, the right-back returns from 6 months of loan to Burnley and does not wish not stay in Rennes next season. According to the Teamthe Breton club would have given him a exit slip in the event of a reasonable offer. The player would favor a return to Premier League. Several English clubs like Fulham or Everton would be on file.

Rennes too greedy?

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Despite the interests of several clubs, in addition to English ones, such as Galatasaray or Nice, Rennais have no desire to sell off their player. According to the TeamOM would still judge the Breton requests too high. A file which should however not change in the coming days. You will have to show yourself patient.

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