Lyon’s Tanguy Ndombele has been linked with several big clubs across Europe.
Last weekend, we carried a report from L’Equipe, who explained the France international is attracting interest from Manchester United and Juventus.
On April 29th, Tutto Mercato Web reported that Manchester City have an offer of €70m ready for the midfielder and are willing to hand him a five year deal to join them.
Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas gave an interview to Tuttosport and during the course of the interview, the Ligue 1 outfit’s chief was asked if the Turin club are interested in the 22-year-old.
Aulas said, “It’s true [Juventus are interested]. But there’s also PSG, Manchester United and Manchester City.”
Earlier today, we covered claims from AS that Real Madrid are interested in Ndombele and Lyon value him aroud €100m. In the same report, it was also stressed a fee between €70-80m is sufficient for the Ligue 1 outfit to sanction their star player’s sale.
With interest from top clubs in England and mainland Europe, it should be seen as to where Ndombele will play next season.