The Toulouse leaders offered the striker, at the end of the contract in 2023, to continue the adventure on the banks of the Garonne. But, according to our information, the player’s will is to leave the club.
Rhys Healey has never looked so close to leaving TFC.
The British striker, who arrived in Toulouse in 2020, is at the end of his contract in June 2023. The Toulouse leaders have made an extension offer to the 27-year-old player. Offer he just refused.
According to our information, the will of the top scorer in Ligue 2 last season (20 goals) is to leave.
Furthermore, as The Midi Dispatch revealed, Rhys Healey has received several offers from Championship clubs (2e English division). Proposals to which the native of Manchester is not insensitive …
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At the end of the meeting, Toulouse coach Philippe Montanier was asked about the case of his center forward: “He is hit in the small adductor, not bad, however his injury requires eight to ten days of absence”, defended the coach of the Violets. “It seems that he is about to leave… he continued. There are many gold rumors today, he is with us. We don’t know what can happen until 1is September, it’s true: we saw it last season when we lost three players in the home stretch (Antiste, Adli, Gabrielsen, editor’s note). If he stays, I’ll be happy. Otherwise…Rhys wants to prepare well, anyway.”
Started with the question: “But does Healey want to stay?”Philippe Montanier replied: “I think he is fine here. Afterwards, we will see the proposals he will have. Or not, for that matter. Yes, anything is possible: Rhys can stay or leave.”
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