Goli Zapping! football club OM: The most expensive transfers for Olympians
His fate suspended by DNCG decision, Olympique de Marseille can not yet be activated in the markets, although it has been open since Friday. This gives Pablo Longorias time to throw lines in all directions to see if any player gets the bait. His priority over the summer is definitely to replace Boubacar Kamara, who left loosely for Aston Villa and who was a cornerstone of Jorge Sampaoli’s play. But he also remains on high alert for the strikers as Arkadiusz Milik could leave.
For the midfielder, there is talk of an interest in young Belgian Pierre Dwomoh (17), who plays for Royal Antwerp. It was the latter’s agent who discovered this interest (which is always questionable). The Lisbon Benfica would also be in place. For the attack, transfer specialist Ignazio Genuardi assures that OM, OL and Torino will be attentive to the situation of Joao Pedro, a Brazilian-Portuguese center-forward whom Cagliari can sell for 10 million euros. Last season, he scored 13 goals and provided 4 assists in 37 Serie A games.
Finally, still in terms of attack, it seems that Pablo Longoria’s priority, Angevin Mohamed-Ali Cho is very close to engaging with Real Sociedad! Judged for weeks by OM, the 18-year-old striker seemed hotter to go abroad, not to mention that Marseille did not have the means to adapt to the demands of SCO and him.
Targeted by some Serie A teams, #Joao #pedro remains monitored in L1. WHEREAS #Cagliari claims 10 million euros for his striker, who has a contractual agreement with Toro, # Marseille (in case of departure from Milik) and #Lyon keep an eye on the folder. #Merkato #OM #OL
– Ignazio Genuardi (@IgnazioGenuardi) June 11, 2022