Lyon send clear Moussa Dembele transfer message amid Chelsea, Arsenal and Man United links

Lyon President Jean-Michel Aulas has spoken out about the future of Moussa Dembele amid transfer links with Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United.

The 23-year-old moved to Lyon from Celtic back in 2018 for £19.7 million and has since starred for the French side, bagging 15 league goals last season and scoring eleven times in 19 Ligue 1 matches this term.

This form has led to speculation aplenty in regards to the former France under-21 international’s future back in his homeland.

Chelsea had been heavily linked with Dembele after their transfer ban was lifted, though the interest is said to have cooled off of late.

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This is since Chelsea reportedly had an offer of around £34 million rejected by Lyon, according to Sky Sports.

Arsenal and Spurs have also been linked, while United reportedly sent scouts to watch the forward in action in Ligue 1 this season.

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Dembele has previously spoken about his desire to stay put and that has now been echoed by the club.

Lyon President Aulas has told RMC: “We have not changed our minds. We already made this issue clear in…


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