FilGoal | News | Angers opens the door for Onahi and Boufal to leave in January

The French club, Angers, opened the door to the possibility of the departure of the brilliant Moroccan duo, Azzedine Onahi and Sofiane Boufal, in the winter transfer period.

The duo led Morocco to qualify for the World Cup semi-finals in a historic achievement.

“They can leave in January or at the end of the season,” Said Shaaban, president of the French club Angers, told Radio Monte Carlo.

“We held a meeting with the coach and the sporting director to try to consider all possible scenarios,” he added.

He added, “You know very well that you can never rein in a player who wants to leave.”

And he continued, “I think that everything changed for them after reaching the golden square of the World Cup, and I doubt that they will return to their previous era with us.”

The 22-year-old Onahi has played 14 matches for Angers in all competitions this season

While Boufal, 29, played 11 matches this season in all competitions.

Morocco will play in the World Cup semi-finals with France on Wednesday.

The Moroccan national team wrote history by ascending to the World Cup semi-finals at the expense of Portugal with a free goal.

Youssef Al-Nusairi scored Morocco’s only goal in the match with a header in the 41st minute, after a cross from Yahya Atiyatallah.

Morocco became the first Arab and African team to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup.

And the third team to qualify for the World Cup semi-finals from outside the continents of South America and Europe, after America 1930 and South Korea 2002.

Adel Youssef Al-Nusairi, the Moroccan national team player, equaled the record as a historical goal for the Arab teams in the World Cup.

Moroccan player Adel No. Sami Al-Jaber, Salem Al-Dosari and Wahbi Al-Khazri scored 3 goals each.

Al-Nusairi had scored a goal in the 2018 edition against Spain.

He also raised his goal tally to two in the current edition, after scoring against Canada in the group stage.

Al-Nusairi became the historic scorer for the Moroccan national team in the World Cup, overtaking Salah El-Din Bassir, Abdel-Jalil Hadda “Camacho” and Abdel-Razzak Khairi.

Al-Nusairi became the first player from Seville and the first Arab player to score in the quarter-finals of the World Cup.

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