OM: Four departures planned this winter?
While Olympique de Marseille has hardly managed to sell this summer but has on the other hand spent a lot, the trend could be reversed this winter. Several players like Boubacar Kamara or Alvaro Gonzalez are likely to leave Marseille in January.
OM will have to sell this winter to be able to recruit and it could start with Jordan Amavi. In lack of playing time, he could leave Marseille this winter. However, the left-back signed an extension of contract with OM this summer until 2025. However, he was overtaken as left-back this year by Brazilian rookie Luan Peres. The French defender could land in Fenerbache who would like to take advantage of his complicated situation to sign him, according to Fotomaç information.
Another player extended this summer could leave Marseille. This is Alvaro Gonzalez who has extended until 2024 but who would not be happy with his playing time this season. The Spanish central defender is completely out of the rotation of Sampaoli who prefers to align William Saliba, Duje Caleta-Car or Leonardo Balerdi. This season Alvaro has only played four Ligue 1 games. Journalist Florent Germain from RMC Sport reveals that « his personal situation does not suit him » and that he « has questions ».
At the end of his contract with his training club, Boubacar Kamara does not intend to extend. He is on the shelves of major European clubs who want to recruit him for free next summer. But Juventus who are in trouble at the moment could change everyone’s plans by attempting an offensive this winter. According to information from Calcio transfer window, an assault by the Old Lady for the 21-year-old midfielder is possible in January.
Croatian central defender Duje Caleta-Car could also leave Marseille. Even if he has returned to excellent form recently, he is nonetheless one of the most “bankable” players in the workforce. The 25-year-old is notably estimated at 18 million euros by the Transfermarkt site. According to information from Calcio Mercato, he would have the coast in the Premier League and would be followed by Newcastle and West Ham.