Angers had been demoted to Ligue 2 as a precaution on July 2, by the National Direction of Control and Management (DNCG). In question, a lack of 18 M € on the provisional account of the club. After appealing this decision, the SCO will take its remedial oral examination this Monday morning. A passage » always complicated « For Philippe Caillot, deputy director of the club, reports The team.
It is he who will represent the Angevin club before the DNCG, along with its president Saïd Chabane. Of the missing € 18 million, Angers has already recovered 11 following the sale of Rayan Aït-Nouri to Wolverhampton. The 20-year-old U23 international signed a five-year contract, plus an optional one, but the SCO still retains 50% of the player’s rights. The remaining 7 M € should be financed » partly by a bank loan and, partly, by the equity of Saïd Chabane. «