Zapping Goal! soccer club RC Lens: top 10 Blood and Gold market values
Asked at the end of the season about his future, Seko Fofana had confided “to be in the dark” and to act “100% by feeling”. Even if he remains hopeful, RC Lens has little chance of keeping his number 8 who has established himself as one of the very best players in Ligue 1 this season.
If this loss will be painful for the Lensois, the least you can do is console yourself with a nice jackpot. According to Foot Mercato, the Sang et Or expect between 35 and 40 million euros to let Fofana go. The northerners have increased their price because PSG is entering negotiations but also because Newcastle was ready to pay this sum this winter before falling back on Lyonnais Bruno Guimaraes.
Paris Saint-Germain, who missed out on Tchouaméni, have been interested for a long time even though recent rumors point to Renato Sanches or Vitinha. Indeed Paris has still not found this authoritarian recovery environment, and Fofana, customary of Franck Haise’s 3-5-2, would also be more adapted to the new system that Luis Campos wants to put in place.
Fofana could also return to England where he is appreciated. He also started at Manchester City at 17 before turning pro at Fukham