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If Lille have not managed to collectively since the start of the season, they can still count on a great Jonathan David. Author of 10 goals in 14 Ligue 1 games including a double Friday night against Monaco (2-2), the Canadian international is currently the top scorer in the championship. What to stir up greed!
Inter on the spot!
According to information from Julien Maynard, Inter Milan have already followed the northerner striker since last year and his start to the season has of course confirmed him in this perspective. An interest that the Nerazzurri would be ready to materialize this winter when an offer could arrive on the desk of the Lille leaders. Nevertheless, the journalist indicates that the reigning French champion would like to keep his scorer until the end of the season.
A departure which is in any case inevitable according to its trainer, Jocelyn Gourvennec: “He’s an incredible player, he has an incredible mentality. He’s still very young, he’s someone who works a lot (…) He has an evil cool in the box. He will leave at some point. given from Lille. When you reach 20 years old and he performs as he performs, there are bound to be more important clubs that will come and get him. But for the moment he is very well here, he serves us a lot“he said in an interview with beIN Sports.
Top scorer in Ligue 1, Jonathan David is interested in Inter, who have been following him since last season and seem ready to take action this winter.
LOSC intends to keep it, at least until the end of the season. #Market
— Julien Maynard (@JulienMaynard) November 21, 2021
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🎙 Jocelyn Gourvennec (@losclive): “Jonathan David is an incredible player […] He will leave at some point! ” pic.twitter.com/zRd1HreqsG
— beIN SPORTS (@beinsports_FR) November 21, 2021
Author of an impressive start to the season, Jonathan David arouses envy. A European cador would be ready to try his luck. Indeed, Inter Milan would be ready to make an offer for the next winter transfer window.