Laurent Guyot holds his reinforcement in attack. The Annecy coach, anxious to register an attacking reinforcement as he expressed in match conference after the defeat against Niort (1-2) on Saturday during the first day of Ligue 2, saw his wish come true.
FC Annecy must indeed welcome this week the arrival of Moïse Sahi in the form of a one-season loan. At 20, the Ivorian striker from RC Strasbourg made 14 matches in Ligue 1 for one but against PSG in April 2021 in his second appearance.
Last year, he participated in eight meetings with the Alsatians for 120 minutes spent on the lawn. A season cut short by an hamstring injury before a relapse.
After left-back Maxime Bastian this summer and goalkeeper Alexandre Pierre last year, he is the third player on loan from Strasbourg, proof of the good understanding between the two clubs.
Saturday (7 p.m.), FC Annecy travels to Amiens where Sahi, if he is qualified, will take his first steps.
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