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Mercato Mercato – OM: Longoria tries a masterful blow for the succession of Payet
Published on October 4, 2022 at 5:30 p.m.
At OM, the future of Dimitri Payet is slowly preparing. President of the Marseille club, Pablo Longoria has targeted several profiles in recent months, including that of Oscar Gloukh, a young talent from Maccabi Tel Aviv. The Marseille president would be in competition with several teams in this file. A track valued at 10M€ by the Israeli team.
Aged 35, Dimitri Payet is having a special season. The arrival ofIgor Tudor marked a halt in his Marseille adventure. It must also be said that the French international is finding it more and more difficult to chain meetings and good performances. President of theOM, Pablo Longoria is well aware of this and would begin to look into his succession. Los of the last summer transfer window, the Spaniard was interested in Ruslan Malinovskyiunder contract with theAtalanta Bergamo. And according to several media, theOM would have checked the name of another profile.
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Longoria wants to attack the « Israeli Messi »
According to information from Foot Mercato and Israeli media Sports 5, I’OM would be interested in Oscar Gloukhonly 18 years old, but already compared in Israel to a certain Lionel Messi. » He has the same physique as Messi, he is the future of Israeli football, even if he still lacks versatility. » told the journalist Motti Psheatski during an interview with I24News. Other teams from League 1 would be present in this file Glukh.
OM in great difficulty in this case?
According to the journalist of Sports 5, Brest and the LOSC would also have ticked off his name. The sporting director of the Breton club Gregory Lorenzi even made the trip to Tel Aviv to observe the performance ofOscar Glukh. But the Celtic Glasgow would have a head start on the three teams of League 1. It is still necessary that the Scottish club manage to meet the requirements of the Maccabi Tel Aviv.
‘He wouldn’t be sold unless a team offered €10m’
« We don’t want to sell him and we are currently trying to get him to sign a new contract for another four years. He wouldn’t be sold unless a team offered €10m. Most importantly, speculation surrounding his future will have no impact on him, as he is a very level-headed child. » had entrusted Vladimir Ivicthe coach of Maccabi Tel Aviv, aboutOscar Gloukh.