OGC Nice has formalized the arrival of Mario Lemina from Southampton, the Gym’s fifth recruit. The former OM player would have signed a three-year contract for compensation of 4.5 million euros.
Gabonese international midfielder from Southampton Mario Lemina signed a contract in favor of OGC Nice on Saturday, the Riviera club announced on Saturday, as announced by RMC Sport. Mario Lemina, 27, is said to have signed up for three seasons with Nice, and the amount of the transfer compensation would amount to 4.5 million euros, according to corroborating sources.
His name had been circulating for a long time on the Côte d’Azur, the new gym trainer Christophe Galtier wishing for experience in his workforce. Lemina will reinforce a private sector of Morgan Schneiderlin, who injured his left knee last Sunday in the friendly against Kiev.
Another Dutchman expected in Nice
Mario Lemina, trained in Lorient, played successively at OM, Juventus, Southampton, then on loan at Galatasaray and Fulham. He had a year’s contract with the Saints left. Nice’s fifth summer recruit after Todibo, Stengs, Bard and Kluivert, he has totaled 220 matches in all competitions in pro.
This is probably not Nice’s last summer move. Pablo Rosario, the 24-year-old Dutch defensive midfielder currently under contract with PSV Eindhoven, would be very close to the French Riviera, while Stanley Nsoki, the Nice defender, would be on the way to rally Bruges, the outgoing Belgian champion. .