Despite the great anger of supporters, Waldemar Kita is determined to lead FC Nantes. Even if he must quickly replenish the coffers with the sale of players.
Maintained in League 1 at the end of the suspense against Toulouse (1-2, 0-1), last Sunday, the FC Nantes remains in a complicated situation. Waldemar Kita, owner and president of the Yellow and Green, is facing a violent sling from the supporters, which has reached worrying levels in recent months. Above all, we must make up for the season’s deficit estimated at 40 million euros …
Imran Louza (22 years old) is the first to replenish the funds of the FCN. The left-handed midfielder trained at Jonelière flew to London on Monday and signed up with Watford for 6 seasons, which will bring back no less than 10 million euros to Nantes. The former international hope will try to win at the Hornets, who have come back to the Premier League with Tom Cleverley in midfield.
Note that Louza’s agent is called Mogi Bayat, who is above all close to President Kita and who also works with the owners of Watford, the Pozzo family.
✍️ We are delighted to confirm the signing of Imrân Louza for an undisclosed fee from FC Nantes!@_AFEX
— Watford Football Club (@WatfordFC) June 1, 2021
But it’s not over yet. Antoine Kombouaré, who has decided to stay on the Nantes bench, could lose his best players, since Alban Lafont, Ludovic Blas and Randal Kolo Muani should quickly pack up. Enough to allow the Kita to put the club afloat financially. While waiting for an improbable sale of the club in the event of an interesting offer.