Marcel Tisserand keen to leave Ingolstadt

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The Saint-Etienne and Rennes target has been given permission to engage with potential suitors

Ingolstadt have given Congolese defender Marcel Tisserand an opportunity to open negotiations with any club of his choice after stating his desire to leave the relegated Bundesliga side.

The Bavarian side has given the France born defender permission to engage with potential suitors on a possible move.

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The 24-year-old is expected to quietly manage departure plans by the end of this month and if not he will be expected to resume his duties with Ingolstadt as he has a contract that runs until 2020 with them.

French Ligue 1 duo Saint-Etienne and Rennes and Premier League side Everton are reportedly eyeing the defender.

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