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Ounahi wants to “make the right choice” for his career and for the club

A year and a half after his arrival in Angers, Azzedine Ounahi has a good chance of reaching a new level in the winter transfer window. Author of an excellent World Cup with Morocco, the midfielder knows he is courted but will not accept anything and everything. In an interview with the SCO site, the player took stock of his situation.

Not necessarily known to the general public at the start of the season, Azzedine Ounahi (22) has made himself known throughout the world. In particular thanks to an excellent World Cup with Morocco. Impressive in the midfield of the selection which managed to climb up to the semi-finals, the one who played in Avranches two years ago, has a good chance of reaching a milestone in his career.

Currently in Angers where he is fighting for maintenance, the middle knows he is being courted but still does not know what his future will be like: “Today, we all know that there are interested clubs. It will be a choice to make, a choice that will be important for my career and above all to make the right choice. We don’t know how it will turn out yet. Am I going to sign and leave in January? Am I going to sign, stay and help the club and leave this summer? I don’t know yet, ”he told the SCO website.

Heading to Italy?

Despite being in the spotlight, Angers can still hope to keep their jewel at least until the end of the season. Which would be excellent news for the last in the standings, who are five points behind the first non-relegation player. In order to see more clearly on this file, it will be necessary to wait a few more weeks: “I expect from here the days, weeks which arrive to make the good choice. I am in daily contact with the President. We are going to make the right choice for my career and for the club. »

In the event of departure, Ounahi could discover a new championship, and more precisely Italy and Serie A. According to Foot Mercato, Naples would be in pole position in the race to sign the midfielder. But this operation could be a winner for the Angevins. The media specifies that the Italians would be inclined to loan the player to Angers until the end of the season. In addition to drawing a big check, the French formation could also count on its nugget in order to hope to hang on to the maintenance.


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