The leaders of Olympique de Marseille are ready to let Boubacar Kamara go. But it will be necessary to put the price to tear off this symbol of the Marseille training.
The losses promise to be abysmal. After suffering a deficit of 91 million euros last season, theOlympic Marseille this time should show a hole of 127 million euros, according to The Parisian. We are far from the 30 million euros in losses to which the Marseille club had committed in their agreement signed in spring 2019 with UEFA after a first breach of the rules of financial fair play.
Even if the European confederation could show a certain leniency towards European clubs given the crisis caused by the coronavirus, OM should take advantage of the summer transfer window to sell massively and thus reduce as much as doing may the expected deficit. Even if staying in the nails set by UEFA seems illusory unless you sacrifice most of the Olympian squad.
Many departures are nevertheless expected and one of the transfers most often mentioned is that of Boubacar Kamara. Among the most prominent players in the ranks of Marseille this season, the young Marseille defender arouses much lust in Europe, with Manchester City and theAC Milan among the suitors, and would even interest the PSG. Desires of which obviously wish to take advantage the Marseilles leaders who, according to Provence, would claim no less than 40 million euros to let go the native of Marseille, rare player from the training center to have shone in recent seasons.
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