If he’s obviously willing to let Bouna sarr go, Olympique de Marseille is greedy to say the least.
Leaded by a deficit estimated at 127 million euros, theOlympic Marseille is preparing to part with many of its players. With the objective: to collect some 60 million euros in order to limit the damage while the Marseille club is under threat of sanctions from UEFA for non-compliance with financial fair play.
The objective is clear and no player is deemed untransferable by the Marseille leaders. Morgan Sanson, Duje Caleta-Car, Boubacar Kamara, Maxime Lopez, Dimitri Payet, Florian Thauvin or Bouna Sarr: all Marseille executives are likely to leave OM if their suitors pay the price. In the obligation to sell massively, the vice-champions of France do not mean to sell off their players.
The 35 to 40 million euros requested by Marseilles leaders for Morgan Sanson and Duje Caleta-Car attest to this. And the Sky and White are just as demanding for less exposed players. The example of Bouna Sarr is thus enlightening. Announced in the little papers of theAtletico Madrid or from West ham, the former Messin would also please on the side of Seville. And to believe the local newspaper Estadio Deportivo, more than the Sevilla FC, often mentioned, is the Betis Seville who would like to attract the Marseille corridor player. Problem for the Andalusian club, the amount claimed by the Olympian leaders. OM would indeed ask for no less than 15 million euros to let their player go. And this while its market value is estimated at 6.5 M € by the specialized site Transfermarkt…
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