Coach Lille’s sigh 22 is hard to keep

Coach Lille’s sigh 22 is hard to keep


“It has become difficult to keep David.”

Lille striker Jonathan David is expected to advance to the English Premier League soon. Lille’s coach also acknowledged this.

David has attracted the attention of big clubs with nine goals and three assists in 15 games for Lille this season. He played for the Canadian national team at the Qatar World Cup and expected stock prices to rise further. David started in all three group matches played by Canada. Unfortunately, it failed to show the destructive power shown in the regional qualifiers. Canada lost three games and David failed to score.

Still, interest in David has not been lost. Especially Manchester United. Manchester United needs to reinforce its striker after breaking up with Cristiano Ronaldo. To make matters worse, fans were in a uproar as Cody was recently lost to Liverpool. Bring in a new striker as soon as possible and put out the fire.

On top of that, Chelsea are also one of the teams showing interest in David.

“It will be difficult to keep David at the club next season,” Lille coach Ponceka told local media La Boix de Sports honestly.

Fonseca said, “There are not many strikers in Europe with such scoring skills and skills. David is only 22 years old here. I think the best clubs in Europe will sign David,” he added.

David himself also directly mentioned the possibility of transferring to the Premier League after leading to a 2-0 victory with help in the match against Clermont on the 29th (Korea Standard Time).

David is under contract with Lille until 2025, and has 41 goals and eight assists in 111 games for the club

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