OGC Nice have announced that Malang Sarr has now left the club and is thus a free agent via their official Twitter profile.
Sarr’s contract came to an end at last month but has remained with the club despite this but the Ligue 1 outfit announced this afternoon that he has now left the club.
There has been no shortage of interest shown in the 21-year-old central defender and it now remains to be seen where the France under 21 national team representative ends up.
In recent weeks Sarr has been linked with a potential move to Inter, who are reportedly looking to bolster their defence with the addition of another central defender.
With Sarr now being a free agent, Inter could decide to focus on him rather than move for Marash Kumbulla and Armando Izzo, both of whom Inter would need to pay a transfer fee for.
This past season Sarr made 20 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he scored a single goal.
They posted: “Having reached the end of his contract, Malang Sarr leaves OGC Nice. Child of the city and the club, he wanted to speak to the people of Nice before leaving. As usual: with class.”
They accompanied the post with a video containing his farewell message and some of his best moments at the club.
Arrivé en fin de contrat, Malang Sarr quitte l’OGC Nice. Enfant de la ville et du club, il a tenu à s’adresser aux Niçois avant de partir. Comme à son habitude : avec classe.
✋ Bonne route Malang ! pic.twitter.com/5bsvwsrK3R
— OGC Nice (@ogcnice) July 8, 2020