Mercato: Jonathan David will leave Lille, the cited PSG!

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Posted Wednesday 22 December 2021 at 20: 00 In : Mercato .

Through Corentin Facy

Author of 12 goals in all competitions this season, Jonathan David is finally turning the clock in Lille.

Last season, the great debut of the Canadian international under the colors of LOSC were laborious. For many months, Jonathan David had great difficulty adapting to Ligue 1. But now, the former La Gantoise striker is launched and has established himself as one of the most formidable attackers in the championship of France. So much so that Jonathan David has become too strong for Lille according to his agent Nick Mavromaras. At the microphone of Radio-Canada, the representative of the northern striker indicated that Jonathan David was playing his last season at LOSC before a transfer to a major European club. If he cites the Premier League for the future of his client, Nick Mavromaras has also opened the door to Paris Saint-Germain,

whose name has timidly been associated with Jonathan David by some foreign media.

PSG or the Premier League for Jonathan David? “For us, the objective is to finish the season in Lille, but it will be his last season there for several reasons. I think the Premier League is a great option for him. I think he likes Spain a lot too because he likes very technical players. These two championships are a priority for him, but nothing is excluded. You never know, with Paris Saint-Germain or the big Italian clubs. It’s normal that all these big clubs are interested in the top scorer in Ligue 1, but I can tell you that today, there is no official offer ” specified Jonathan David’s agent, whose declaration undoubtedly comes a little early in the season, which risks disturbing LOSC supporters as well as President Olivier Létang. Hopefully for the northern club, qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League, that this declaration will not affect the performances of Jonathan David by the end of the season.

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