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President of OM, Pablo Longoria will have the difficult task of finding a successor to William Saliba who is about to extend his contract at Arsenal and apply for a starting place next season. The Clément Lenglet option would be taken into consideration, but OM would certainly not be placed favorably for the FC Barcelona defender.
Clement Lenglet no longer seems to be welcome heart rate Barcelona especially since Xavi Hernandez could both count on andreas Christensen and jules Kounde next season. That’s why the door would be shown to the France international. And it would seem that theOM be interested in the profile of Lenglet through a one-season loan as was the case with William Saliba who found Arsenal and should even extend his contract there according to the journalist Chris Wheatley. Coming back to the case Clement LengletPresident pablo Longoria would not have yet concretely moved his pawns concretely to Antonio Tale and Tottenham according to TMW.
Clement Lenglet, crawling from salida. Dos clubs tienen mucho interés en hacerse con sus servicios: Roma y Tottenham. El equipo romanista quiere cesion. Los “spurs” plant a sale that includes a purchase option. El Barça cocina su salida. Sin prisa, pero sin pause.
— Rubén Uría (@rubenuria) June 26, 2022
OM have not moved, Roma and Tottenham are preparing their offensives
A loan with an option to buy would be perceived as being the ideal operation by the managers of Tottenham according to the transalpine portal. And it’s not Reuben Uria who will say the opposite. According to information from the journalist of goal disclosed on his account Twitter, Clement Lenglet would indeed be getting closer to a departure. The Rome would be in the ranks, just like Tottenham. However, the terms of the transaction would be different. The Louve club would only offer a simple and dry loan when the Spurs would cultivate a desire to include a call option in the transaction. For his part, the heart rate Barcelona would prepare the departure of the French international. For Clement LengletI’OM is therefore warned.