Finally, AS Saint-Etienne comes off a weekend where the Greens managed to win away from home this season. Facing Amiens, the challenge was huge, but the onus of a result was knocking on the door. The win looked decisive, but not all problems have been resolved yet, as evidenced by Saint-Etienne’s leaders already looking ahead to the transfer window.
The latter is rarely questioned Poor results collected by his team, Laurent Battles was outraged. Struggling to implement various tactical changes since the start of the season, the former ESTAC coach asked to meet one of his leaders. To get guarantee in case of recruitment. Deciding to take the lead, Stefan Koch seems to have targeted his priority: the goalkeeper.
Are Dreyer and Green already in jeopardy?
Since the start of the season, Etienne Greene’s performance raises questions. The young goalkeeper, often caught in danger, has since suffered several angry dismissals in matches that have been largely missed. The Englishman, who missed many goals, quickly made way for former FC Lorient, Mathieu Dreyer. The experienced goalkeeper who arrived this summer has impressed Helped Saint-Étienne get the result last SaturdayBut obviously, the coach had a plan B ready in mind.
Laurent Battles, accustomed to bringing in his former players, would not have finished shopping at Troyes. According to information from Mohamed Toubashe-Ter, well-informed about the Ligue 1 clubs, Gauthier Gallen will be a target for the Greens this winter. Despite Dreyer averaging 2 points per game, Etienne Greene’s ineffectiveness and reported average of 0.5 points per game will encourage the coach to reshuffle the cards in the post. demoted to the rank of Substitute in ESTAC, Gallon will certainly be available for an upcoming transfer this season. However, is his level enough to outperform Dreyer behind the Saint-Etienne defence?