Foot OL – Gonalons file for Clermont, OL are forgotten – Olympique Lyonnais

Foot OL – Gonalons file for Clermont, OL are forgotten – Olympique Lyonnais

Maxime Gonalons is very close to returning to Ligue 1. The former OL player is expected in Clermont in the coming hours.

At 33, Maxime Gonalons probably did not have the career his fans were hoping for. Former OL captain and eight-time French international, the midfielder has never managed to stay at the top of the bill. Leaving the Rhône, Gonalons wanted to give himself a chance to succeed abroad on the side of AS Roma. But his experience was disappointing, he who only played 23 games in the jersey of the Wolf. Loaned to Sevilla FC before bouncing back to Granada, Maxime Gonalons went through ups and downs, even experiencing long periods of injury. Last season, he nevertheless took part in 25 matches in all competitions with the Nazaríes. His performances will not have left you completely indifferent since Gonalons caught the eye of … Clermont. A Ligue 1 club that the former OL will join according to Saber Desfarges.

Clermont gave everything for Gonalons

According to the journalist, Maxime Gonalons will indeed return to Ligue 1 five years after leaving it. Through a tweet, Saber Desfarges indicates: “Maxime Gonalons in Clermont, it’s soon ACTÉ! The end of a complicated file with Granada, the CF63 fought to the end to bring the international tricolor back to France. The former OL player is expected at the end of the week in Auvergne. Gonalons will commit for 2 years”. In Clermont, Gonalons will be trained by Pascal Gastien, who has therefore validated his profile and done a lot with his management to recruit him. The native of Vénissieux will have to make a good preparation to put himself in the best possible arrangements to chain the meetings, while Clermont will have to ensure his maintenance as soon as possible. The Auvergne club will start its season very strongly with the reception of PSG from the first day of Ligue 1.

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