Lille coach Christophe Galtier has seen his name return very often to Olympique Lyonnais, where he is mentioned to succeed Rudi Garcia.
According to The Parisian, the profile of Christophe Galtier would interest OL leaders to take the reins of the club next season. The Lille technician would have been identified as the replacement for Rudi Garcia by the Rhone management. Passing on the set of the show Top of the foot this monday on RMC, Olivier Létang, president of LOSC, was very clear about the future of his coach. Not only does the cacique want to keep his trainer, but would also like to make him a proposal: that of staying in Lille beyond his contract which runs until 2022.
Létang’s proposal for Galtier
“I positioned myself as soon as I arrived. He’s a great professional, and from a human point of view, we have a very close relationship. We don’t need to make an appointment with Christophe since we see each other several times a day. I am very happy to have him with me and I want him to continue the adventure. I want Christophe to stay and that we discuss the extension of his contract. The objective is to continue the collaboration with Christophe. There is no doubt about it ”, assaulted Létang.
The strong man of the LOSC affirms that his Rhone counterpart Jean-Michel Aulas has not contacted him about this file: “Today, Jean-Michel Aulas (president of OL) did not call. There is no discussion, Christophe said it too. Things are pretty clear ”.