Adam Ounas has officially left Bordeaux and has joined Serie A side Napoli, with the fee believed to be around €10m plus €2m in bonuses.
The 20-year-old leaves the club that helped him grow as a player from 2012 into a fully fledged professional just 18 months ago when former boss Willy Sagnol gave him a chance against Lorient, a game where he would also score his first goal.
His ability was there for all to see, with Bordeaux placing a lot of responsibility on his shoulders from an early age, something that Ounas relished. However, injuries in the 2016/17 season meant Ounas’ progression was slightly halted momentarily, but he will hope this move to Napoli can push him on to the next level in European football.
In total, Ounas played 60 matches for Bordeaux, scoring 10 goals and providing six assists. He will have to keep improving his scoring numbers and performances to stand out in an incredible Napoli front line, but Ounas has a lot of potential that could be key for Napoli this coming season.