LOSC: In bad shape, Jonathan David denies being "head somewhere else"

After a great start to the season, Jonathan David has been taking time off for a month and a half. The Canadian crew expressed their desire to leave in December. But the cosmopolitan of the future insists that he “has no head anywhere else”.

Jonathan David isn’t living his best time since coming to Lillee. After a stellar start to the season, where he scored 12 goals in the first leg of Ligue 1, the Canadian is clearly marking time since the start of 2022, as he has scored only one small goal in 14 recent league appearances. Present at a press conference on the eve of Strasbourg’s reception (kick-off at 5:05 p.m. on Sunday), the Dogs striker is aware of his difficulties.

“Yes, it’s been a long time since I’ve scored runs, but it goes both ways. I thank the team, but when it’s less good, it doesn’t go over the top. Every game, we score. As a striker, I want to score in every game. It is not easy. I try to do small things very well and be good defensively, with the ball It’s good… when I do these little things, I’ll have opportunities to score. Later, it’s up to me to make the right final gesture”, he underlined.

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While his agent announced in December that Jonathan David was living out his last season in the LOSC jersey, the main interested party assured that the ambiguity about his future had “nothing to do” with his bad pass. “We stay professionals. I’m a player with lots of ambitions. I want to improve as much as possible. It’s not because they say my mind is somewhere else. I’m still here.”

At the end of the contract in 2025, the Canadian knows he will have to make a decision in the coming weeks, as do many teammates whose leases expire on June 30 (Zeka, Yilmaz, Ben Arfa, Fonte, Pied). “Choices have to be made and we’ll see what the rest of us have in store. I’m calm, I’m focused until the last game. Afterwards, I rest. Maybe there will be discussions, it’s up to me on the agent’s side. We Will see what happens.” On Radio Canada, their agent Nick Mavromaras announced that the aim was to “end the season at Lily”. A season far from expectations after the dream of the financial year 2020-2021.

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