Stade Rennais, PSG: Galtier and Laborde at the origin of the tensions between Delort and OGC Nice?



The departures of the PSG coach and the Rennes striker are no strangers to the divorce that seems to be taking shape between Andy Delort and OGC Nice…

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RMC takes stock of Andy Delort’s situation at OGC Nice this Saturday. According to the media, we are heading towards a divorce between the former Montpellier player and the Aiglons. Delort is not even summoned this weekend for the Coupe de France match against Le Puy (6 p.m.). “Back during the truce linked to the World Cup, Delort fell ill and was away from the field for ten days, explains RMC. He misses two friendly matches, enters at the end of the match for the resumption of Ligue 1 against Lens, then falls ill again before facing Rennes. At the same time, his initial desires are revealed in broad daylight. The staff of the Gym, not very fond of this behavior, decides to do without him for the entry into the running of the club in the Coupe de France. A standoff is taking shape around a customary Delort of the fact. He had notably forced the Caen leaders to let him join the Monterrey Tigers in 2016.

The media also explains Delort’s discomfort for two reasons: the departure of Christophe Galtier, who had motivated his arrival in Nice. Delort would maintain much fresher relations with Lucien Favre. And he would also have had a hard time with the departure of Gaëtan Laborde, with whom he had wreaked havoc in Montpellier.

2️⃣1️⃣ Aiglons summoned for #LPF43OGCN #OGCNice #CoupeDeFrance

— OGC Nice (@ogcnice) January 6, 2023

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