Ligue 2

Official | Strasbourg pick up Japanese goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima for free

RC Strasbourg have confirmed the signing of Japanese international goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima. The 35-year-old stopper has signed a one-year contract with Le Racing after his two-year spell at Metz came to an end this summer, following the club’s relegation from … Read more »

Official | Paris FC sign left-sided youngster Romain Perraud on loan from OGC Nice

20-year-old left-back Romain Perraud has today joined side Paris FC after an agreement was found between the Ligue 2 side and his parent club, OGC Nice. Nice has been Perraud’s home since 2014 when the Frenchman joined Les Aiglons’ academy … Read more »

Official | Reims sign Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo on loan

Reims have completed the signing of Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo on a season-loan deal. The 21-year-old has made the loan move for the duration of the 2018/19 campaign upon signing a new five-year contract at Anfield. The England U-21 international … Read more »

Harold Moukoudi in Birmingham for talks with Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce

Our reliable colleagues at Foot Mercato are reporting that Le Havre central defender Harold Moukoudi is currently in Birmingham where he will shortly undergo discussions with Steve Bruce about a potential loan with option to buy move to Championship side Aston … Read more »

Strasbourg to sign Lille striker Lebo Mothiba

L’Équipe report this evening that Strasbourg are in advanced negotiations with Lille to sign 22-year-old South African striker Lebo Mothiba. Mothiba actually arrived in Alsace this afternoon and is expected to sign rapidly for RCSA, who have been looking for another … Read more »

St Étienne & Strasbourg have made an approach for Clinton N’Jie

St Étienne and Strasbourg have made approaches for Cameroonian international forward Clinton N’Jie, according to L’Équipe. N’Jie, who after his failed move to Sporting Portugal decided to remain at Marseille, is now considering his options over a possible season-long loan move. … Read more »