Tino Kadewere (Photo by PHILIPPE DESMAZES / AFP)
Tino Kadewere would not lack courtiers to bounce back after two seasons in the Rhône. But its price, considered too high, seems to cool one of them.
Arriving in the Rhône in the summer of 2020, Tino Kadewere was synonymous with great promises, he who had just finished top scorer in League 2. Two years later, it is clear that the Zimbabwean international is struggling to find a place in the Rhone workforce. Lyon hero for his first derby by scoring a decisive double, he repeated the same feat a few months later, at Geoffroy Guichardduring a demonstration concluded on the heavy score of 5 but at 0. Entering the hearts of the supporters thanks to these two evenings, the ex-attacker from Le Havre never managed to transform this good impression.
Real Valladolid would still be on the spot
This season, it has not been disputed that 15 matches for barely 500 minute of play. At the start of the next exercise, it is difficult to imagine that Zimbabwe will enter into Peter Bosz’s plans. And it is not the preparation matches that will contradict this feeling. In this sense, Strasbourg and the Galatasaray both inquired about the Lyon striker. On the side of Spain, the Real Valladolid had also been part of his interest in the 26-year-old a few weeks ago, according to reports fromAS.
Still committed to this file, the Spanish club would come up against the financial demands of theOlympique Lyonnais. For his winger, the Rhone club would claim around eight million euros. According to the Spanish daily, this sum is considered too large by the property of Ronaldo the Brazilian, who has just moved up to the first division. Other more fortunate teams, whose names have not been filtered, would also be on the job. As a reminder, Kadewere had signed at theLO for an amount of around 12 million euros (excluding bonuses).