Stade Rennais wanted to strengthen in the central defense and think of Nicholas Opoku, since January loaned to Amiens by the Italian club Udinese.
Stade Rennais rattles wide to strengthen in defense. The Breton club is keen to recruit one or even two central players this summer, including a left-hander, and has accelerated for weeks on the promising Real Valladolid player, Mohammed Salisu (21 years).
Bought by Amiens and then borrowed?
But that is not the only track that Rene’s board has explored. In another profile, the new technical manager of Stade Rennais Florian Maurice, with the coach Julien Stéphan’s approval, is also studying the possibility of bringing in Amiens defender Nicholas Opoku (22 years).
Arrived at Amiens in January last year, the Ghanaian has been interesting during his seven appearances in Ligue 1 despite the decline of the Picard club.
As revealed this Monday by RMC Sport, Amiens could take advantage of the opportunity to buy € 4 million from Udinese, which is still under contract, before lending to another club as part of a paying loan. Rennes has positioned itself in this file. Discussions are expected to continue.