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It had appeared like Houssem Aoaur was very close to signing for Arsenal, but the president of Olympique Lyon, Jean-Michel Aulas, has rushed to deny the rumors. He has categorically denied the existence of such an agreement.
Lyon aren't willing to lose Houssem Aouar, one of their greatest talents, and they have put a price of 60 million on him. Madrid, City, and Arsenal, who are following the player, now know what he will cost them.
Midfielder Houssem Aouar was ruled out of Lyon's first match of the Ligue 1 season against Dijon on Friday after testing positive for Covid-19, his club announced shortly before kick-off.
In Houssem Aouar, Lyon have a player who is both a symbol of their success at bringing through gifted young talent and a reason why the French side can hope to pull off another Champions League sensation when they meet Bayern Munich in the semi-finals in Lisbon on Wednesday.
The Champions League made public their best XI, from their fantasy football, of the quarter-finals. The absences of Neymar and Upamecano, amongst others, are surprising, more leaders than statistics.
Manchester City and Chelsea join the bidding for Houssem Aouar, Olympique Lyon's newest star that has been linked with Real Madrid.
One day short of four months after the last meeting between two French Ligue 1 clubs, Lyon beat visiting Nice 1-0 in a friendly on Saturday.
Juventus have various deals going on at the moment. According to the Italian press, Juve want to sign Napoli attacker Arkadiusz Milik, and Lyon CM Houssem Ouar. However, they are reportedly working to achieve a price reduction for both of them.
Whoever wants to get Houssem Aouar this summer will not do so without a fight. As well as interest from Real Madrid and Arsenal, you also have to add the interest from 2 other Premier League giants: Liverpool and Machester Cty.
Paris Saint-Germain cruised into the semi-finals of the French Cup on Wednesday after thumping Dijon 6-1 in a match that saw the French champions benefit again from comical own goals.
Lyon beat Lille on penalties after a dramatic 2-2 draw at the Groupama Stadium on Tuesday to reach their sixth French League Cup final, setting up a possible clash with record eight-time winners Paris Saint-Germain.
Nigerian Victor Osimhen's first half goal earned Lille a 1-0 win over Brest and third place in Ligue 1 on Friday behind Marseille and Paris Saint-Germain.