The Bournemouth signing that Iraola couldn’t get


After hiring Andoni Iraola as coach and Justin KluivertBournemouth made its third major move in the market, although in terms of the future because the Basque coach will not have reinforcements next season.

In a three-way operation, Bournemouth today announced the signing of Romain Faivre, owned by Lyon, with a long-term contract in exchange for 15 million eurosbut the French midfielder, who will be 25 this Friday, will continue in the ranks of Lorient, where he played on loan last season since January.

The agreement is illustrative the potential for cooperation between Bournemouth, owned by Bill Foley, and the Breton club, in which the American businessman became a minority shareholder this winter. Lyon retains 10% of the final capital from subsequent transfers.

Trained in Tours, Faivre passed through Monaco and settled in Brest, from where he arrived in Lyon in January 2022 for 15 million euros. However, its integration is complicated.

instead, his loan to Lorient in the second half of last season was a success as he scored five goals, provided three assists and had an influence on the game of the Breton team.

Source: La Verdad


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