Chelsea, Man United and Man City 'track Lyon stars Dembele and Aouar'

Lyon ‘preparing for summer raid on Moussa Dembele and Houssem Aouar’ as Premier League giants Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City track French stars

  • Lyon are preparing to receive offers for Moussa Dembele and Houssem Aouar
  • Dembele has caught the eye of Premier League clubs Man United and Chelsea
  • Aouar has interest from both Manchester City and Serie A side Juventus
  • Auoar is excited at thought of City but will wait to see if European ban is lifted 

Lyon are reportedly bracing themselves for offers for striker Moussa Dembele and attacking midfielder Houssem Aouar in the summer transfer window. 

Dembele remains a top target for Premier League clubs Manchester United and Chelsea, despite the ongoing coronavirus outbreak casting doubt over the schedule and threatening financial problems.

Aouar has also caught the eye of potential suitors with Manchester City and Juventus interested in the 21-year-old, according to L’Equipe. 

Lyon are preparing to receive offers for striker Moussa Dembele who has impressed this term

Midfielder Houssem Aouar is also attracting interest from Manchester City and Juventus

Aouar made the decision to not leave Lyon last summer as he wanted to make a bid for France’s EURO 2020 squad. However, with the tournament postponed for 12 months due to the COVID-19 virus, he is reportedly looking for a move away. 

For the midfielder, the main concern with a move to City would be their potential two-year ban from the Champions League due to financial fair play breaches. 

However, if the ban does not stand then Aouar is said to be excited at the prospect of working under Pep Guardiola and joining the Premier League. 

Both players have mightily impressed this season in Ligue 1, with Dembele scoring 16 goals in 27 matches and Aouar grabbing a handful of goals and assists.  

Aouar is excited at prospect of working with Pep Guardiola should their European ban be lifted

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