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OL, Bosz leaves doubt for Onana

After the first friendly meeting of the Gones during the preparation of the offseason, Peter Bosz spoke of the interest of the Rhone club for André Onana.

This Saturday, Islam Slimani’s teammates won against Bourg-en-Bresse (5-1) in a friendly match. The opportunity for journalists to question the new Lyon coach about the transfer window of the club of League 1. If Juninho is in the process of activating himself on several files in order to rebuild a competitive squad after the departure of Memphis Depay and that programmed by Houssem Aouar, it could well be that the first recruit of l’OL or a goalkeeper. André Onana, the Cameroonian goalkeeper of Ajax Amsterdam, is getting closer and closer to Lyon according to information from the sports daily L’Equipe.

Asked about this, Peter Bosz preferred to leave the doubt. ” We are in contact with Juninho every day. There are players who can come, others who can leave, he explained. All I can say is that we are talking about all this at the club. Onana is a good goalkeeper but here we also have good goalkeepers (smiles). To play from behind, we need good goalkeepers who are not afraid to play. »

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