According to the British press, OL as well as another big French club could quickly see a big coach landing. Premier League.
OL Mercato: Nuno Santo to succeed Peter Bosz
Big signing this summer on the side of Tottenham, the Portuguese technician Nuno Espirito Santo had seen his adventure in the Premier League turn sour. The Portuguese technician was sacked a few weeks ago after a series of poor results and was replaced by the experienced Antonio Conte. If the 47-year-old coach is slowly beginning to digest this premature dismissal, the English tabloids are already evoking a potential return to a bench … of the French championship.
As advance The Sun, Nuno Espirito Santo would see his agent, the very influential Jorge Mendes, move heaven and earth to offer the services of his coach to two leading Ligue 1 teams, theOlympique Lyonnais and Lille OSC. The English media say that the Portuguese agent knows the bad sporting past of these two clubs, which are both thinking of firing their coach. Whether it is LOSC, 12th or OL, 7th, the two teams are experiencing a worrying misform this season which is beginning to worry and see their respective supporters annoyed.
Trends across the Channel nevertheless indicate that Nuno Santo would have preferences as to its future destination. If the Portuguese does not close to any challenge in France, he would still like to stay in the Premier League, a championship where he keeps a very good rating after his remarkable passage at Wolverhampton from 2017 to 2021.
OL: Bosz in the hot seat?
This is one of the most disappointing teams in our championship, Olympique Lyonnais is struggling to climb into the big 5 of Ligue 1, despite a rather well supplied workforce. If some players display a form below expectations, like the summer rookie Xherdan Shaqiri (only 1 goal), many observers point the finger at the Dutch technician, Peter Bosz, at the head of the Rhone club since this summer. If the Gones thrive in the Europa League, in Ligue 1, the club stagnates in 7th place, far from the objectives displayed by Jean-Michel Aulas at the start of the season.
If the former Ajax coach remains appreciated by his locker room, the recent debacle against the Rennais Stadium (4-1) revived the idea of a departure. Coach Lyonnais does not feel fully fulfilled, especially sporting and has recently made it known. » In Lyon, I was always made to feel welcome. On the other hand, the vision that we have of football has not yet been understood 100% by the group. « , he declared in the columns of So Foot last week.