The French international is a quality resource. At 6-foot-2, he has solid physicality and is quick. The African-born defender is very athletic and agile, and he likes to contest his opponents with tough defense. His passing is also very good, albeit somewhat erratic, and he is often responsible for building up the back line.
He came up through the Toulouse youth ranks, and in 2019, his talent was recognized by Barcelona. He made his Spanish La Liga debut in the 2018-19 season with some expectations, but he was unable to compete for a starting spot and was subsequently sent out on loan.레모나토토
His loan spells weren’t great either. In 2019-20, he headed to Schalke 04 in the German Bundesliga, where he was relegated to the substitutes’ bench, making just 10 appearances, including a cup run, and then to Benfica for the 2020-21 season, where he made just two appearances, including a cup run.
However, he broke through at Nice. In 2020-21, he scored one goal in 17 games for Nice, including one in a cup competition, so he was able to settle in for the full season in 2021-22. He quickly established himself as a regular starter. After 40 appearances in the 2021-22 season, including cup competitions, Todibo became the center of Nice’s defense and has consistently led the team from the back ever since.
As a result, he was targeted by big clubs last summer. Manchester United were among those looking for a replacement for Harry Maguire. European soccer transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano wrote on social media, “United have made contact with Todivo. There are no official talks or bids yet.”
Of course, the transfer didn’t happen. However, Nice are planning to sell him in 2024. Although he still has more than three years left on his contract, they believe this is the best time to sell him for the most money. “Nice have admitted that 2024 is the best time to sell Todibo and get a lot of money,” according to British outlet 90min.
Several clubs are interested. Manchester United, who were linked last summer, continue to be mentioned, while Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle United have reportedly sent scouts. Bayern Munich, Dortmund, Bayer Leverkusen, AC Milan, and Atalanta are also reportedly keeping tabs on him.