Le10sport are reporting that, following an incredible start to the season, Lorient manager Régis Le Bris is attracting interest from clubs in France and abroad. Nice reportedly are interested in his profile, but should Les Aiglons decide to part ways with Lucien Favre, they would also be interested in Lens’ Franck Haise.
Lorient are currently third in Ligue 1 with a record of seven wins, one draw and one loss. Prior to this season, Le Bris had never managed a professional side, but he has made the second-best start to a Ligue 1 campaign of any French coach in the league’s history.
As a result, he is attracting interest. According to Le10sport, he is being considered by foreign clubs, but also clubs within France. Nice, for example, who recently hired former Lorient man Fabrice Bocquet as CEO, reportedly “admires his characteristics.”
Favre has endured a difficult return to the Allianz Riviera to the point where it was strongly rumoured that he was set to lose his job during the intentional break. That didn’t come to pass, and his side won in the Europa Conference League on Thursday to move joint-top of their group.
Le Bris isn’t the only name in contention to replace Favre, should Nice be inclined to make that decision. Lens manager Haise is also in the frame following his brilliant start to the current campaign. Sporting director Florent Ghisolfi has just left Le Sang et Or to take up the same role at Nice.
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