RC Lens is actively preparing after Loïs Openda!


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Hot topic of the Lensois transfer window in terms of departures, Loïs Openda (23) is the subject of a diligent approach from RB Leipzig who wants to recruit him for next season. An offer of 43 million euros plus bonuses is currently on the table as we explained to you this week. Thus, seeing Loïs Openda leave the North of France after only one season would not be surprising, especially since the Racing Club de Lens is working on his successor.

According to our information, first of all RB Leipzig offered one of its attackers to the northern club. After two years on loan with Real Sociedad, Alexander Sørloth (27) shone last season with 16 goals and 4 offers in 47 matches. The Norwegian international striker (49 caps, 16 goals), whose contract ends in June 2025, was offered to the Lensois in order to lower the note in the file of his Belgian striker. It now remains to know the position of the Artesians.

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Nevertheless, the staff of the second of the last Ligue 1 season also worked on other tracks. As we have already explained to you, the Nigerian striker Gift Emmanuel Orban is very popular with the team coached by Franck Haise. Arrived last winter at La Gantoise from Stabæk, the 20-year-old player broke everything in Belgium with 20 goals and 2 offerings in 22 matches. However, this is not the only option being worked on by Racing Club de Lens.

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According to our information, the Greek striker Vangelis Pavlidis (24) is also a track that seduces the Sang-et-Or. AZ Alkmaar striker, the one who went through Bochum and Borussia Dortmund during his training shone with a thousand lights in the Eredivisie. Last season, he posted no less than 22 goals and 14 offers in 40 matches. His contract ends in June 2025. Loïs Openda has not left yet, but RC Lens has his back.

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