Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema harbors a profound want to come back to Lyon, as indicated by the player’s previous specialist Karim Djaziri, in spite of the fact that the delegate conceded that OL may need to stand by some an ideal opportunity to be brought together with the 32-year-old.
In spite of entering the nightfall long stretches of his vocation at the head of the game, Benzema has been a stand-apart entertainer for Los Blancos this season, assuming a significant job in pushing the club to the verge of La Liga achievement in the wake of Cristiano Ronaldo having left for Juventus.
For sure, having looted 19 objectives across 35 Liga appearances this term, the Frenchman keeps on eclipsing Luka Jovic, with the Serbian neglecting to satisfy his €60 million (£55m/$68m) sticker price.
In that capacity, Benzema could well be offered an expansion at the Santiago Bernabeu, with his present arrangement set to run out in the late spring of 2022. If not, be that as it may, it could be toward home headed for the middle forward.
“Today, with the circumstance that he is in at Real Madrid, he has arrived at the pinnacle of what each footballer needs,” Djaziri said in a meeting with OLTV. “Playing in Madrid, being close with his mentor, loved by the general population… it is absurd that he’ll back a rebound today.
“In any case, since he left Lyon, Karim has had just one want and that is to come back to Lyon. Will it be as a player? It stays a lament for Karim not to have gone further in the Champions League. At the point when he left, Lyon made the semi-finals.”
Benzema’s time at Madrid has not generally been plain cruising, be that as it may, having become undesirable under previous manager Jose Mourinho. Also, Djaziri credits himself with ensuring the striker remained in the Spanish cash-flow to battle for his place.
“At the point when things turned out badly with Mourinho, he would state to me, ‘I need to return to Lyon’. Be that as it may, I said to him, ‘No, you’re going to stick it out and you’re going to make it’. What’s more, he made it,” Djaziri included.
“It’s in the rear of his psyche and I think [a come back to Lyon] is conceivable. On the off chance that he has the legs and he believes it’s an ideal opportunity to proceed to accomplish something great, he’ll return. On the off chance that he doesn’t return as a player, I see him coming back to Lyon in another job maybe. I realize that he truly needs it.”