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Two titular players of FC Metz are preparing to leave the Lorraine club, coach Frédéric Antonetti announced to the press.

Two holders of last season will leave FC Metz : Ghanaian international defender John Boye and Ivorian international midfielder Victorien Angban. It is the coach of the Garnets, Frédéric Antonetti, who made this confidence on Tuesday, during the press point to resume training.

John boye has an agreement with the club, he had the freedom to leave and the freedom to come back if he wanted. He is free, I do not know more, said the technician. Victorian Angban is leaving, being transferred to Russia. But I am not telling you more, I have already told you too much. “

The 34-year-old Boye will be released from his last year of contract if he leaves. This is not the case with Angban (24), linked until 2023 with the Lorraine club, where he arrived from Chelsea in 2019 against 6 million euros.

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