OM ready to strike a blow

OM ready to strike a blow

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    Pablo Longoria

    The boss of OM recorded a big disappointment at the start of the transfer window.

  • 2/9

    Axel Witsel

    In the middle, Axel Witsel, free of any contract, appeared as the priority track.

  • 3/9

    Pablo Longoria

    The president of OM is actively preparing for next season.

  • 4/9

    Clement Lenglet

    The French defender’s salary is too high for the Marseille leaders.

  • 5/9

    Nico González

    Jorge Sampaoli dreams of bringing the Barcelona midfielder to OM.

  • 6/9

    Justin Kluivert and Jordan Veretout

    Both players could be sold to Ligue 1 this summer.

  • 7/9

    Joaquín Correa (2)

    As well as Joaquin Correa who particularly appeals to Jorge Sampaoli.

  • 8/9

    Luis Muriel

    Author of 14 goals and 10 assists this season, he is in the sights of OM in attack.

  • 9/9

    Francis Coquelin

    Francis Coquelin is on the Marseille, Rennes and Lyon shelves.


While the DNCG has given the green light to Olympique de Marseille for recruitment, Pablo Longoria is willing to make a significant financial effort to retain William Saliba.

Marseille supporters can breathe. While concern was in order in the Marseille ranks, theOlympic Marseille received the green light from the DNCG for its recruitment.

For the time being, OM have still not registered the slightest movement but the situation could quickly change. According to Foot Mercato, the Ciel et Blancs are preparing to take action regarding William Saliba.

Loaned last season by Arsenal, the former Stéphanois gave complete satisfaction and the Olympian club hopes to keep him. But to do this, the vice-champions of France will have to make a “considerable effort” financially, the Gunners in general and Mikel Arteta in particular counting on him for next season.

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