Will Jérôme Boateng really become OL's defensive captain during this second half of the season?
After being dismissed by Peter Bosz before the reception of Nice (2-0) six days ago, the former Bayern Munich player is in any case part of the Lyon group, which will challenge Racing Club de Lens on Saturday (17 time).
Last week, Peter Bosz had simply announced that Jérôme Boateng was "not ready" to play this crucial match against a direct competitor for European places.
The Lyon coach took the opportunity to refute the various rumors of clashes in the locker room for the German international, in particular with an assistant to Peter Bosz.
Jeff Reine-Adélaïde still in the reserve team
"The coach made it clear that what was told was more fantasy than reality," Jean-Michel Aulas said on Wednesday.
He saw Jérôme at the start of the week and took him back.
He will be part of the group that will play Lens on Saturday if the week goes well in training.
Peter Bosz therefore confirmed this this Thursday noon.
If Jérôme Boateng is back in Ligue 1, Jeff Reine-Adélaïde, who is coming back from a serious knee injury that kept him away from the field for a year, will play again with the reserve team in N2, Saturday (6 p.m. ) in Frejus.
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