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DFCO shifts into high gear

by archysport

If the list of unwanted people for the next financial year is as long as the arm (Ndong, Panzo, Baldé, Chouiar, Dobre, Assalé, Konaté …) and should lead to a wave of departures in the coming weeks, the DFCO continues to build its workforce for his return to Ligue 2.

This Friday, it was Frédéric Sammaritano who extended his lease for one season (until 2022) with Dijon, he who arrived in 2016 and played 157 matches with the Côte-d’Orien club.
The former Auxerrois (35 years old) will therefore evolve with another element passed through the icaunaise house, Mickaël Le Bihan (31 years old), who signed a three-season contract in mid-May.

At the beginning of the week, it was Valentin Jacob (27 years old on June 15) who signed from Niort – where he was also at the end of the lease – until June 2024. Two recruits who will quickly see them arrive. other.

Nestor had been probed

As we announced on May 23, the left side of Olympique de Marseille – free on June 30 – Christopher Rocchia (23) is getting closer every day. He will be accompanied by attacking midfielder Yaya Soumaré (21 years old on June 23), who has appeared three times in Ligue 1 with Olympique Lyonnais this season.

As revealed by RMC, Dijon also hopes to finalize the arrival of RC Lens right-back Cheick Traoré (26), who has played very little in Ligue 1 this season in Artois (37 minutes).
According to our information, the DFCO also surveyed the central defender of Grenoble, Loïc Nestor (32), who finally extended his contract in the middle of the week in the Alps.

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A proposal for an extension was also sent to Fouad Chafik, who is giving himself time to reflect. As a reminder, Amir Arli (18) signed a first professional contract until June 2024.

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