A very promising young player playing at Montpellier HSC in Ligue 1 could have been at OL right now. He was free after his departure from SM Caen, but the Rhone club hesitated to enlist him according to his confidences.
Elye Wahi “was close to signing at OL and Montpellier arrived”
Nugget of Montpellier HSC, Elye Wahi could have been an OL player. He confided in Onze Mondial that the club of Jean-Michel Aulas was among the suitors who put him to the test, but ultimately did not retain him. Indeed, theOlympique Lyonnais and also Paris Saint-Germain did not detect his talent. “I went to PSG and especially to Lyon. I went back and forth several times. I was very close to signing at OL”, he revealed. The two big Ligue 1 clubs were a little discouraged by the fact that the young striker had been released by the Stade Malherbe de Caen, according to the revelations of the concerned. “The other clubs were cooled by the history of Caen. It followed me. For example, Stade Rennais was reluctant,” stressed Elye Wahi.
Finally, it was the MHSC that had the hollow nose by taking the latter in its training center in 2018. How was this possible? “Montpellier has arrived. Monsieur De Taddeo (director of training) had left Caen for the club housed at the Stade de la Mosson. So he called my mother and said, “I’d like to meet you about Elye”. We went there and signed”, told the talented player, while clarifying : “It was played between Montpellier HSC and OL. »
The dirty move of the young striker of the MHSC in Lyon
Elye Wahi (18) completed her training at La Paillade between 2018 and 2020. Meanwhile, he had signed his first professional contract, precisely on October 17, 2019. However, it was not until December 16, 2020 that he played his first professional match with MHSC against FC Metz in Ligue 1. Anecdotally, it was the player missed by the Gones who had scored the goal of the victory of Montpeliérains (2-1) over Lyonnais. It was February 13, 2021, at the Groupama Stadium, on the 25th matchday of the championship. He had come off the sidelines and replaced Andy Delort just after the break. Having extended his contract at Montpellier on February 4, Elye Wahi is under contract in Hérault until 2025.