Official | Rémi Oudin leaves Bordeaux for Lecce on permanent deal

Bordeaux have announced that French forward Rémi Oudin has seen his move to Lecce made permanent, after spending last season out on loan in Apulia, in a deal which did not initially include a permanent option.

The former Reims man scored three goals in 31 matches for the newly-promoted side, who staved off relegation – notably thanks to the mid-season arrival of World Cup winner Samuel Umtiti. 

L’Équipe indicate that the 26-year-old has put pen to paper on a three-year deal, and that Les Girondins will receive a transfer fee of less than €1m, with bonuses, as well as a 15% cut of the profit on a prospective future transfer.

Oudin’s spell at Bordeaux saw him score nine goals and register ten assists across 81 appearances, having arrived midway through the 2019/20 campaign from his formative club Reims. He was ultimately unable to replicate the promise he showed with the Champagne side, where he notably scored ten goals during the 2018/19 Ligue 1 campaign, but has enjoyed a revival over in Italy.


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