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Olympique Lyon shares rise after Ferland Mendy sold to Real Madrid

DNA Thursday, 13 June 2019 ()
Olympique Lyonnais' shares rose on Thursday after the French soccer club sold left-back Ferland Mendy to Real Madrid for some 48 million euros ($54.2 million).

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