Ligue 2

Juventus agree fee with Laval for Bridge Ndilu

Serie A giants Juventus have agreed a fee with French 3rd division side Laval for 18-year-old centre forward Bridge Ndilu, according to Foot Mercato. The player has also agreed to a 4-year contract with the Old Lady, but the deal is currently … Read more »

Reims are in negotiations with Watford to sign Dimitri Foulquier on loan

Ligue 1 side Stade de Reims are in negotiations with Premier League club Watford over the signing of French right-back Dimitri Foulquier, according to Goal France. SDR have already had two offers rejected for the player, with a third bid in … Read more »

Liverpool have a 2nd attempt to sign Modibo Sagnan from RC Lens rebuffed

Premier League side Liverpool have failed in their efforts to sign 19-year-old Ligue 2 central defender Modibo Sagnan from Lens, according to France Football. LFC already tried for the player in January but were rebuffed, and their advances this summer have again … Read more »

Moussa Konaté had been anticipating an offer from West Ham today, but it never came

Premier League side West Ham United had shown significant interest in Amiens forward Moussa Konaté leading up to deadline day, but no bid has come, according to sources contacted by Get French Football News. Less than 30 minutes for English sides … Read more »

Exclusive | Amiens striker Moussa Konaté “open to a move to England”

Amiens striker Moussa Konaté’s agent Djily Dieng has told Get French Football News that his client is “open to a move to England,” with just hours remaining in this summer transfer window for Premier League clubs. Mr Dieng also informed Get French Football … Read more »

Newcastle set not to sign Sikou Niakaté over project disagreements

Foot Mercato reliably understand that Valenciennes defender Sikou Niakaté’s proposed move to Newcastle United will not occur over disagreements regarding the project. Sources tell Get French Football News that the understanding in the first instance from the player’s camp was that … Read more »