Moussa Wague is among the three players Nice have declined to sign permanently, sending them back to their parent clubs as a result, since all three were loanees.
Moussa Wague, Adam Ounas and Riza Durmisi are the three players on loan in Nice that the club has refused to sign on permanent deals, sending them back to their parent clubs.
Actually the club had the option of signing each of the above-mentioned players on a permanent deal, but as they confirmed on Tuesday, the players would be returning to their parent clubs: Wague to Barcelona, Ounas to Napoli and Durmisi to Lazio.
Wague joined the Ligue 1 side in January but could only make five appearances for them before the season was brought to a halt due to coronavirus pandemic.
His final appearance was in Nice's last game before the league was halted, in which he set up Kasper Dolberg to secure a 2-1 win over Monaco.
Durmisi played in four league games after joining from Lazio, while Ounas registered four goals and four assists in 19 domestic matches after arriving on loan last year.
Nice finished fifth in Ligue 1 after the final standings were determined on an average-points-per-game basis.