ASSE Mercato : The situation at Saint-Etienne is worrying, Saint-Etienne is still relegated and could even lose a striker this summer.
ASSE Mercato : A Gabonese international wants to change air
After a promising start under Pascal Dupraz, the Greens are in turmoil. The Stephanois are again linked to counter-performances. This complicated season would have given a desire to go elsewhere to a striker of the ASSE. Indeed, according to the insider Mohamed Toubache-Ter, Denis Bouanga could leave the Forez. The Gabonese international is followed by Eintracht Frankfurt. The current semi-finalist of the Europa League has already contacted the player. Borussia Monchengladbach has also inquired about his situation.
With a year to go before the end of his contract, the striker of the Greens is wondering about his future and aims to play in the European Cup. He does not want to relive a season in the struggle for survival. The former player of FC Lorient believes that the Bundesliga is a championship that could suit him. Denis Bouanga is back to his best level at the end of the season. His performances could attract the interest of more prestigious clubs. In case of a good offer, he would not be blocked by the management of Sainte.
The operation maintenance is not finished for the Greens
The Stephanois will have to fight for the maintenance until the end. Currently 18th, 1 point from the first non-league, ASSE must resume its march forward. The debacle in Lorient has left its mark. Pascal Dupraz has not digested this result, he said: “For a lot of reasons, I do not want to talk about the game against Lorient. It was a crushing defeat and I take responsibility for it. It is very difficult to explain given the scenario.”
Les Verts have not been in Ligue 2 since 2004. The mobilization is total in Saint-Etienne which does not want to relive the misfortunes of the descent. Next appointment for Pascal Dupraz‘s men, Saturday, against Brest at home. The Stephanois have not won for 4 matches but will be able to count on the return of Wahbi Khazri who was injured for several weeks.