Lorient goes for Hervé Koffi

Lorient is not idle during this winter transfer window. After formalizing the arrival of Bamba Dieng, the Hakes are about to complete the arrivals of Romain Faivre and of Joel Mugisha Born. But the Morbihan club is also thinking very seriously about securing the services of a goalkeeper to compensate for the long unavailability of Yvon Mvogo injured since November 6 and a match against PSG and compensated with more or less success by the Italian veteran Vito Mannone (34).

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After trying Alphonse Aréola, the Hakes set their sights on Herve Koffi, the Burkinabé international goalkeeper, vice-captain of the Burkina Faso national team. Having passed through LOSC in 2017 and 2019, Koffi (26) has been shining for 18 months at Charleroi. Elected player of the 2021-22 season by the supporters of the Belgian club thanks in particular to 10 clean sheets, the goalkeeper trained at ASEC Abidjan is considered one of the best goalkeepers in the Jupiler League. Enough to convince Lorient to go on the offensive and to almost agree with the player’s entourage on the conditions of a six-month loan with option to buy…

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