Thierry Ambrose joined French side FC Metz on loan last summer, and the loan deal did have a clause which gave the French club an option to make his stay permanent.
And with Football in France concluded already, LFP confirmed the Paris Saint-Germain were crowned the Champions with FC Metz to continue in top tier next campaign.
On May 6th, Républicain Lorraine reported that with the league suspended and since Metz avoided relegation they are said to be obligated to buy Ambrose.
After seven years with the Blues, Foot Mercato claims his move away from THE English champions is ‘confirmed’. Thierry joined Manchester City in 2013 but will leave without a single first team appearance for the Cityzens.
Thierry Ambrose sat for an interview with Foot Mercato, and made assessments of his time in Manchester.
“I make a good assessment. I arrived very young, I finished best player with the youth team, top scorer, I won the championship, I made it to the bench (of the first team). I learned a lot there,” Ambrose said.
“My only regret is that I didn’t go there [the first team]. I think I had a chance at one point and I injured my cruciate.
“So, there is not even a real regret, when you hurt yourself, that’s how it is. But I learned a lot and I know that until the end of my life I could say that I played at City. It’s beautiful!”
When asked about possibilities to return back to City someday, Ambrose replied: “Of course! It’s there in the back of my head.
“City is not a club that closes the door. I know if you have a great season, this is a club that can buy you.”
And conclusively Ambrose highlighted how his time at Manchester improved him at the game.
“I like to play football with possession and it is largely thanks to them. In everything I do now, I’m looking for a possession game and trying to understand better why it matters. In the tactical and mental aspect, I learned a lot,”.