Jason Denayer is expected to be announced as a new Lyon player imminently and according to new information from Belgium it will be a PERMANENT deal.
Reliable Belgian source Het Laatste Nieuws reports this afternoon that Denayer has agreed a four-year contract with the Ligue 1 side and other than a few final details that need clarifying, his move is complete.
📝 Jason Denayer and Lyon have reached an agreement over a 4 year contract.
✅ Deal almost done. The Belgian defender (23) will leave Man City after six years. He never played for #mcfc in an official game. He was loaned out to Celtic, Sunderland & Galatasaray (2x).#mcfc pic.twitter.com/u9PCAOX8jT
— Kristof Terreur 📰 (@HLNinEngeland) August 20, 2018
According to Bilel Ghazi of L’Equipe, the 23-year-old trained with Lyon this morning ahead of his move being made official.
Même si son renfort n’a pas encore été officialisé par l’OL, @Jasondenayer est bien arrivé à Lyon où il s’est même entraîné ce matin, pour la première fois, avec ses nouveaux coéquipiers @lequipe https://t.co/z6aZ2osb7b
— Bilel Ghazi (@BilelGhazi) August 20, 2018
And Denayer, who will be leaving City with no competitive appearances and after four separate loan moves, has already been caught on camera in Lyon as a fan grabbed a selfie of himself with the 8-cap Belgium international.
— G69NE (@OL_G69NE) August 20, 2018
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