How Nice could line up next season with Aaron Ramsey and Kasper Schmeichel after raiding Premier League clubs


NICE are attracting big names to the club after completing the signing of Aaron Ramsey.

The Welshman, 31, has signed on a free transfer after he agreed to terminate his Juventus contract.

Nice could have a strong Premier League influence on the team this season

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Nice could have a strong Premier League influence on the team this season
Aaron Ramsey has signed for Nice on a free transfer

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Aaron Ramsey has signed for Nice on a free transferCredit: Instagram @AaronRamsey
Kasper Schmeichel could follow Ramsey to the south of France

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Kasper Schmeichel could follow Ramsey to the south of FranceCredit: Reuters

Next up for Nice could be Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, who has reportedly agreed a deal to join the club.

The Foxes need to sign a replacement before they can let the Dane go and have targeted Brighton goalie Robert Sanchez.

But Fabrizio Romano reports the transfer could be completed this week with Schmeichel set to pen a three-year contract.

The transfer guru also revealed Nice are closing in on the signing of centre-back Mattia Viti from Empoli.

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Nice’s summer business is not set to end any time soon, having been linked with several more targets.

Manchester United left-back Alex Telles is of interest to the French outfit according to Tutto Mercato.

He could be followed to the French riviera by left-winger Mykhaylo Mudryk, who has been dubbed the ‘Ukrainian Neymar’.

French outlet Foot Mercato report Nice’s interest in Mudryk, who has also been linked to Brentford.

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It is possible Lucien Favre could line-up with five former Prem players in his team this season, including former Southampton midfielder Mario Lemina.

Another ex-Saint Morgan Schneiderlin also plays for Nice following a four-year spell at Everton.





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