Foot – Mercato – ASSE
Posted on Oct 13th, 2020 at 3:15 pm by TM
M’Baye Niang is expected at ASSE and will finally stay in Rennes. And in Brittany, Florian Maurice wants to put the Senegalese back at the center of the Rennes project.
M’Baye Niang was unable to join OM this summer despite his public interest and also saw his move to ASSE fall apart. While the Greens hadn’t finalized the Rennes forward’s arrival before the market closed, they continued to work on the file to recruit him as a Joker. Everything seemed to be in full swing, but in a statement released last Saturday, ASSE finally announced that the case had been closed due to various issues with the agents. Announced at the beginning, M’Baye Niang will finally continue to Rennes, where Florian Maurice is counting on him.
“Now it’s over for me”
“He’s here today, that didn’t happen in Saint-Étienne. The first idea is that if he is in a physical state that allows him to do so, he should go back to join the professional group. According to your survey, 73% of Rennes supporters believe that he has spoiled the institution in recent months by showing his wishes for Marseille and then Saint-Étienne and missing the training? Even he told us, he thinks he was quite awkward in his words. Such things often happen when we enter a transmission window. Players may want to go elsewhere. I saw that at Depay in Lyon, for example. This is part of the joys of the broadcast window, I’ll say. Now it’s over for me And the idea is to put him back in the saddle so he can be with the group as soon as possible and apply for a spot. Unfortunately, M’Baye is sanctioned. Today he’s a Stade Rennais player so we have to use him as the Stade Rennais player and if he can bring us anything we’ll be happy if he can do anything, if anything. is very positive. Competition within a group is important to get the most out of each player. Well, M’Baye has to take part in this competition, be it with Serhou Guirassy, Adrien Hunou or Georginio Rutter, ”said the Rennes sporting director about M’Baye Niang in an interview for Ouest France.