FC Nantes is about to catch up in the best possible way after missing the transfer of Youssouf M’Changama, who finally left for Auxerre. According to RMC Sport, the club trained by Antoine Kombouaré is close to recruiting Moussa Sissoko. A year after his arrival at Watford, the French international midfielder does not want to play in the Championship and seems on track to return to Ligue 1, nine years after leaving it. RMC Sport specifies that Nantes should pay 2 million euros in transfer compensation and that the player could be presented on Friday. On an individual level, the former Toulouse player had a full season with the Hornets and also inherited the armband from captain in mid-October. With FC Nantes, who will play the Europa League in 2022-23, the 32-year-old player should have the opportunity to show himself to Didier Deschamps for the World Cup in Qatar (November 21-December 18). Since the round of 16 of Euro 2021, France-Switzerland, Moussa Sissoko has not been called up with the Blues.Ligue 1After Lacazette, OL continue: Tolisso very close to a return3 HOURS AGOFor Nantes, he that would be a very good shot. Especially after the departure of Randal Kolo Muani to Eintracht Frankfurt. The striker could be followed by Moses Simon and Ludovic Blas, who have a good exit this summer. “If there are suitable offers, they will leave,” said Antoine Kombouaré at a press conference on Wednesday. Despite these two likely departures, the upcoming recruitment of Moussa Sissoko should reassure Nantes supporters. Can Paris part ways with Neymar? ‘He’s simply off the market’Ligue 1Stars and nuggets for sale: Will Ligue 1 inflate the bubble again?12 HOURS AGOLigue 1Betting online and ‘regional partners’: L1’s dangerous liaisons 12 HOURS AGO
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