Looking for a right-back after Bouna Sarr left for Bayern, OM have reportedly received more or less forced applications from Kenny Lala and Djibril Sidibé.
The Marseille transfer window, a priori, is not over. In order to compensate for the departure of Bouna Sarr for Munich, OM sought to debauch the Danish international of Genk Joakim Maehle in the home stretch of the transfer window on Monday, nevertheless coming up against the claims of a very greedy Belgian club (15 million euros demanded when the Marseille proposal was 8 million plus bonuses).
However, and although the market is officially closed, the Olympians still have a wild card to find an understudy for Hiroki Sakai. On condition, however, to recruit in France. According to L’Equipe, the Marseille staff has no shortage of suitors. And not least since Kenny Lala (Strasbourg) and Djibril Sidibé (Monaco) would have been proposed to the team led by André Villas-Boas.
Foket, the right pick?
Still according to the sports daily, “for the first, the management declined from the start, the second has not yet received a response but his XXL emoluments in Monaco seem to be a major obstacle”. Other options seem to be under consideration on the part of the Commandery. The Messin Fabien Centonze, mentioned by La Provence last weekend, and the Rémois Thomas Foket have everything from the right pick to the position of right side. We would also be talking behind the scenes of Toulouse-based Kelvin Amian and Nantes-born Dennis Appiah …
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