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“The strategy will be reviewed. The club’s obligation is to give the coach a suitable squad. (…) We want to improve the level of the squad. We have to change between five and eight players in the squad for the renew and be competitive”. These words from Pablo Longoria this Tuesday during the press conference presenting Igor Tudor, announce imminent changes for the summer transfer window of Olympique de Marseille.
In the direction of departures first of all, Luis Henrique should indeed take the direction of Flamengo. “We are waiting for the details. There is this proposal, yes, and everything is being studied. There is nothing certain, but it is on the way,” said the father of the Brazilian winger, in the columns of Lance!.
Henrique to Flamengo, OM to Vida?
At the same time, Pablo Longoria continues to work on recruitment and could welcome a third central defender, after Samuel Gigot and Isaak Touré. According to TMW and Sport Mediaset, OM are in the ranks of Croatian defender Domagoj Vida (33), free after the end of his contract at Besiktas.
Italian club Monza are also reportedly eyeing the 2018 World Cup runners-up, so they have several options to bounce back from. The possibility of evolving under the orders of his compatriot Igor Tudor could surely tip the scales in favor of OM. Case to follow.
While Luis Henrique’s father has confirmed a club’s interest in the Brazilian striker from Olympique de Marseille, new coach Igor Tudor could be joined by one of his compatriots in Marseille.