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With FC Metz in fifth place in Ligue 2, the atmosphere seems to be positive. However, the staff is known for internal conflicts in the summer transfer window. During Tuesday’s training, two players were missing and not any players. These are the most coveted changing horizons before September 1st.

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Having had a good start to the season, FC Metz seems to be well established (2V-1D). However, the club is known for conflicts between the players and its management. This is Boubacar Kouyaté. The latter began to fall out with the leaders of the garnet after his abortion to Salernitana, 17th in Serie A last year, where one of his teammates, Dylan Bronn, was able to join. An event that has happened the refusal of the country of Mali to the 21 elections to take part in the meeting against Valenciennes when he was invited to the team, as he was training yesterday.. His desire to carry goods seems clear and determined after his depression. It remains to be seen how Messina’s management will react and whether they will be forced to find him a base before September 1st. But the latter was not the only one who did not come to the session. Another Garnet admirer, Fabien Centonze, has disappeared.

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Fabien Centonze’s absence from training appears to be a mystery although supporters are aware of their side’s ambitions elsewhere. In addition, no harm or other information has been communicated, keeping the mystery surrounding the situation. On the shelves of Olympique Lyonnais and Stade Rennais in France as well as Villareal and Atletico Madrid in Spain, his absence could be the equivalent of a close agreement. Meanwhile, Only OL says he wants to offer a loan and purchase option to make him a Malo Gusto student. His absence from Tuesday’s meeting could be an indication of the transfer of one of these places, which he announced in the winter of 2021 “he wants to progress in his career and be able to win European cups. “

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