Lyon officially responds to Barcelona about Depay’s deal

French club Olympique Lyon responded in an official statement today, Saturday, October 3, to Spanish club Barcelona regarding the latter’s negotiations with the Dutch team star, Memphis Depay.

French club Olympique Lyon announced its final decision regarding the possibility of selling the stars of the team, Hossam Awar and Memphis Depay, in the current summer transfer period.

And Olympic Club Lyon confirmed that Hossam Awar and Memphis Depay are continuing with the team this season and will not move to any other club in the current period.

And press reports quoted the French club added that Hossam Aouar and Memphis Depay are attending the Olympic Lyon training session today and will be on the list of the Olympique de Marseille match, which will be held tomorrow, Sunday, within the framework of the sixth week of the French League championship.

The Spanish club Barcelona had entered into negotiations with Olympique Lyon in order to include the Dutch national team star Memphis Depay in the current summer transfer period, based on the desire of the new technical director of the Catalan club, Ronald Koeman.

Hossam Awar was also associated with moving to the biggest European clubs in the summer Mercato, most notably Arsenal, Manchester City, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid.

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