Milan-owned M’Baye Niang started well his loan spell at Montpellier, scoring four goals in the first six matches, but he has now not scored in over a month. More than for his plays, he become famous for crashing his Ferrari and for the 18-month suspended prison sentence for dangerous driving.
Montpellier have a €10M option to buy, but they won’t exercise it, considering the words of the president Luois Niccolin to France Blue Hérault. “Prolonging the loan? It has never been an hypothesis. Do you think I’m crazy? It’s not a player for us. If you think that he’s a player that makes the difference, good for us, but I don’t think so, especially after the Ferrari accident.”