Man Utd and Chelsea transfer target Moussa Dembele slammed on live TV during Lyon win

Manchester United and Chelsea target Moussa Dembele received a brutal review live on French TV during Lyon’s 1-0 win over Juventus in the Champions League.

Dembele, 23, was heavily linked with both United and the Blues in the January transfer window, but Lyon were determined to keep hold of their star striker until the end of the season at least.

The Frenchman has bagged 20 goals in 38 appearances this term, meaning he is now attracting interest from two of the Premier League’s biggest clubs.

He played 90 minutes in Lyon’s narrow triumph over Juventus on Wednesday night, yet failed to get on the scoresheet.

Both United and Chelsea are said to be interested in Dembele
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And during the victory, former Monaco star Bruno Irles took aim at Dembele live on French TV.

The pundit does not believe he has what it takes to play at the highest level, casting doubt over a potential switch to United or Chelsea in the summer transfer window.

“Yes, Moussa Dembele is a good striker for Ligue 1 but when the level rises we see his shortcomings,” he said on the Late Football Club.

But the striker has been slammed live on French TV by pundit Bruno Irles
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“We do not see a big strength that means he can aspire to an international level.

“He’s not quick enough for the top level. In terms of explosiveness, and also in the way he dribbles, he’s not at that top level.”

Dembele has brief Premier League experience, nevertheless, after making two appearances for Fulham back in the 2013/14 campaign.

Irles insists Dembele doesn’t have the pace required to play at the top level
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He went on to enjoy another two years at Craven Cottage before leaving for Celtic in 2016, where he netted 51 goals in 94 appearances,

Lyon came calling in the summer of 2018, with Dembele bagging 40 goals in 84 appearances for the French…