results of a busy summer
Stars, ingots, dreams or even experienced internationals, Ligue 1 Uber Eats has implemented both diverse and guaranteed recruitment for the 2022/2023 season this summer. From Alexis Sanchez (OM) through Nicolas Pepé (OGC Nice), Alexandre Lacazette (OL), Vitinha (PSG), Junya Ito (SdR), Arnaud Kalimuendo (SRFC), Jonathan Clauss (OM) or even Loïs Openda (RCL). clubs have operated.
Recruits from 26 different countries
First of all, by applying to foreign championships.
In terms of international recruitment, Ligue 1 Uber Eats have signed world star Alexis Sanchez from Inter, who made a successful debut under Olympique de Marseille colors this summer. And OM have been particularly active on this side, bringing in 9 players who played abroad last season, along with the permanent signings of Pau Lopez, Under and Guendouzi and the return of Amine Harit on loan in the closing hours of the market. In total, the Marseille club transferred 4 players from Serie A clubs (Sanchez, Veretout, Under and Lopez), 4 from the Premier League (Bailly, Kabore, Tavares and Guendouzi) or two from La Liga (Suarez and Blanco). .
In general, clubs conducted their marketing internally 26 different countries, and OGC Nice (Pépé, Schmeichel, Bryan and Sorensen) from the English leagues saw most of their players join Ligue 1 Uber Eats in the summer, with 26 players joining the likes of four departures for ghosts Alexandre Lacazette. , Moussa Sissoko, Malang Saar, Brice Samba and Nicolas Pépé and the arrival of Andre Gomes, LOSC’s top recruit. In contrast, 14 top-flight players joined the Premier League this summer, including Lucas Paqueta, Gana Gueye, Boubacar Kamara, Sven Botman and Wout Faes.
Later, in the transfer window, Italy gave 10 players to French clubs, and 7 players to each of Portugal and Belgium. Then comes La Liga (6 recruitments) led by Carlos Soler (PSG), Maxime Gonalons (CF) and Luis Suarez (OM) and Bundesliga with 6 players: Tolisso (OL), Harit (OM) , Mvogo (FCL) ). Embolo (ASM), Mukiele (PSG) and Pierre-Gabriel (RCSA). Then the Netherlands, Sweden and Russia with four items each. Like Alexis Beka Beka, who returned to France (training in Caen) after his adventure at Lokomotiv Moscow, OGC Nice also entered the international scene by transferring 6 players from foreign leagues (2 in the Premier League, 2 in Serie A, 1 in Russia and 1). 1 in Romania), especially with Aaron Ramsey.
England: 26 players
A. Lacazette (Arsenal/OL), N. Pépe (Arsenal/OGCN), A. Gomes (Everton/LOSC), M. Sissoko (Watford/FCN), M. Saar (Chelsea/ASM), B. Samba (Nottingham ) /RCL), N. Da Costa (Nottingham-AJA), P. Lees-Melow (Norwich-SB29), K. Schmeichel (Leicester-OGCN), T. Minamino (Liverpool-ASM), I. Kabore (Manchester City / OM), E. Bailly (MU-OM), N. Tavares (Arsenal/OM), M. Guendouzi (Arsenal/OM), J. Rodon (Tottenham-SRFC), F. Balogun (Arsenal/SdR), J. Jeanvier (Brentford/AJA), J. Bela (Birmingham/CF63), A. Palaversa and M. Moreno (Man City/ESTAC), A. Sima and U. Eneme-Ella (Brighton/SCO), Y. Valerie (Southampton/SCO), J. Bryan (Fulham/OGCN), M. Sorensen (Brentford/ OGCN), M. Ilis (Southampton/ESTAC).
Italy: 10 players
A.Sanchez (Inter/OM), J.Veretout, P.Lopez and C.Under (AS Roma/OM), F.Ruiz (Naples/PSJ), M.Viti (Empoli, OGCN), A.Ramsey (Juventus ) /OGCN), A.Theate (Bologna/SRFC), A.Ounas (Naples/LOSC), L.Agoumé (Inter/ESTAC).
Portugal: 7 players
Alexsandro (Chaves/LOSC), C. Mbemba (FC Porto/OM), F. Sacko (Vitoria/MHSC), Vitinha (FC Porto/PSG), N. Mendes (Sporting/PSG), J. Porozo (Boavista/ESTAC ) ), I. Slimani (Sporting/SB29).
Belgium: 7 players
L.Openda (Club Bruges/RCL), F.Maouassa (Club Bruges/MHSC), J.Ito (Genk/SdR), E.Agbadou (Eupen/SdR), N.Borges (Genk/CF63), T.Didillon (Cercle Bruges/ASM), I.Ugbo (Genk/ESTAC).
The most active OM
As for the nations, Stade de Reims, Toulouse FC and ESTAC Troyes have relied on foreign players. Rémois, already from 10 different nationalities (Morocco, Senegal, Belgium, Holland, Sweden, Zimbab, Zimbab, Kosovo, Mali, Greece and France).
At Téfécé, the good recipes of past transfer windows remain, as the violets hit the market in Holland, Sweden, Norway and finally Greece. Later, ESTAC made an exotic transfer window with Ecuadorian (Porozo), Swedish (Fath), Danish (Bruus), Colombian (Moreno) and Polish (Lis) in addition to Ugbo (Canada) and Rony Lopez. Portugal), respectively already recognized in the club and the championship.
Historically, as in every transfer window, players have returned to Ligue 1 Uber Eats. OL, Pépé (OGCN) and Veretout (OM) were named in the side along with Tolisso, Lacazette and others decided to have a new adventure in France. This is Islam Slimani (SB29), Maxime Gonalons (Clermont), Adrien Hunou (SCO), Brice Samba (RCL), Adam Ounas (LOSC), Christopher Jullien and Faitout Maouassa (MHSC), a total 37 players.
Most active clubs: (including recent transfers and excluding loan repayments)
OM: 15 players
Angers SCO: 13 players
ESTAC Troyes: 12 players
OGC Nice: 11 players
LOSC: 11 players
AJ Auxerre: 10 players
Clermont Foot: 10 players
Quiri and Laborde meet
Later, French clubs also tried to strengthen themselves in the French market. As with every season, player movements abound among Ligue 1 Uber Eats clubs (53, including players who played in the elite in 21/22). Among the most notable are Gaëtan Laborde and Amine Gouiri, who crossed paths between Stade Rennais FC and OGC Nice. final hours of the transfer windowInternational Jonathan Clauss remains among the elite on the OM side, as well as Steve Mandanda (OM-SRFC), Renato Sanches (LOSC-PSG), Wahbi Khazri (ASSE-MHSC), Mohamed Bayo (Clermont-LOSC), Alexis Arnaud Kalimuendo (PSG-SRFC) , Claude-Maurice (OGCN-RCL) without forgetting some nuggets like Hugo Ekitike (SdR-PSG), Sofiane Diop (AS Monaco-OGC Nice) and Christopher Wooh (RCL-SRFC).
Finally, Ligue 2 BKT remains a player provider for the elite, even if the opposite is more evident with 61 items from the Ligue 1 club moving from Uber Eats to one in the lower division. During this summer’s transfer window, several players took the elevator to evolve in the Ligue 1 Uber Eats. 4 of the main ones have come to Ange SCO (O.Camara, Abdelli, Y.Fofana and Salama), two “Normans” are in Olympique Lyon (Johann Lepenant and Saël Kumbedi), and other main linemen are Jean Onana (from Bordeaux). to Lens), Youssef M’Changama (Guingamp to Auxerre), Alan Virignius (Sochaux to Lille), Theo Sainte-Luce (Nimes to Montpellier), Mehdi Camara (Saint-Etienne to Brest) or even Isaac Toure (HAC to OM) .
All actions of the transfer window