The future of the Girondins will be decided on July 5. As indicated by South Westit is on this date that the Bordeaux club, demoted to National by the DNCG on June 14, will be heard by the FFF appeal committee.
The stakes for reintegrating the L2 are known, and discussions between the club and its creditors – King Street and Fortress – are continuing to find common ground on three points: the abandonment of part of the debt, the abandonment of profit-sharing on the transfer of Aurélien Tchouaméni to Real Madrid and the future sale of Jules Koundé and, finally, a guarantee on the sales that the club must make this summer (around 22 M€).
In parallel with these exchanges, the Metropolis made a new gesture with regard to the Girondins. It declared a moratorium on the €5 million that the club should have paid in 2022-2023 on stadium rents (debts for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022, smoothing of rents from 2022 to 2025 planned during the takeover by Gérard Lopez a year ago).
“It’s also a way of putting pressure on creditors, underlines a source close to the file. For now, they are the only ones doing nothing. » At the club, we always want to be optimistic. “We will be ready”assures a leader.