This is another tile that Olympique de Marseille would have done well. After the announcement of the suspension of Pape Gueye following the dispute between OM and Watford in the context of the transfer of the Senegalese midfielder, The Teamtoday reports that this suspension comes with a ban on recruiting for the French club in the next two transfer windows.
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But the daily specifies that the Marseille club and its president Pablo Longoria will appeal the decision before the Administrative Court for Sport (TAS). The Spanish leader is said to be « confident » in the management of this file, which has already condemned OM to pay 2.5 million euros to the English club, and ordered a four-month suspension for Pape Gueye. The 22-year-old player, currently at the CAN with his selection, could not take part in the meeting of his people against Guinea on Friday (0-0).
Note that the recruitment ban would take effect from the next transfer window, which would not hinder the signing of Cédric Bakambu with the Olympian club a few days ago. Watford for its part should not let go, the English are still waiting for 10 million euros in this affair, since the signing of Gueye with OM on July 1, 2020. An official communication is expected this Saturday.
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