Sampaoli and Longoria target two different players to replace Kamara

The Olympique de Marseille transfer window has not yet started. He looks agitated once again. Pablo Longoria will in particular have to find the successor of Boubacar Kamara, free party at the end of his contract.

The summer transfer market officially opens its doors this Friday, June 10, 2022. Marseille leaders are waiting to hear the decision of the DNCG before launching their transfer window. This one will once again be particularly agitated. One of the priorities will be to replace the midfielder from Marseille Boubacar Kamara, who left for Aston Villa, at the end of his contract.

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Jorge Sampaoli and Pablo Longoria do not have exactly the same idea about the profile of the player to recruit for this position. Indeed, according to information from RMC Sport, the president of OM particularly appreciates Jordan Veretout (29 years old). The French international is estimated at around 15 million euros and could have a good exit from AS Roma this summer, José Mourinho having played him much less at the end of the season.

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For his part, the Olympian coach is looking for a player capable of breaking lines, very technical, with a game vision. According to RMC Sport, Sampaoli dreams of Danilo (21), who plays for Palmeiras. The latter is coming off a very good season and its price on the market would be much higher than that of Veretout. We are talking about around 30 million euros. Palmeiras also seems to want to keep it.

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