Bazoer, Witsel, Muriel… The latest OM transfer window news

OM are still awaiting the decision of the DNCG. However, several cases seem to be progressing. This would be the case for those linked to Riechedly Bazoer (Vitesse Arnhem) and Axel Witsel (Borussia Dortmund). The track of Mohamed-Ali Cho would have been abandoned.

The Marseille club has still not obtained the answer from the DNCG, concerning its 2022-2023 accounts. The leaders have provided the documents requested by the supervisory body and are awaiting its verdict. Pablo Longoria hopes this time to have a free hand to operate a recruitment worthy of the season that awaits OM, with the Champions League. However, several avenues seem to be advancing.

The arrivals of Bazoer and Witsel on the right track?

According to information obtained by Provence, negotiations are well underway regarding Riechedly Bazoer. The daily understands that the agent of the versatile central defender warmly welcomed the survey carried out by the Phocaeans. The player would be favorable to the idea of ​​​​joining the south of France, so it would remain to get along with his club, Vitesse Arnhem. The track leading to Axel Witsel would also be on fire. According to the elements communicated by Karim Bennani, OM would have offered a two-year contract, plus an optional year, to the Belgian international. Atlético Madrid would have been content with a year, plus an optional season. Marseille would be in pole position to welcome him.

In Italy, Sky Italia announced that the Marseille club had inquired about Luis Muriel, the Atalanta striker. The Colombian has only one year of contract left and could have an exit voucher for an affordable price in the coming weeks. His profile seems attractive and particularly suited to the game set up by Jorge Sampaoli, although he is 31 years old. Finally, Mohamed Toubache-Ter claims that the Olympians have abandoned the track leading to Mohamed-Ali Cho. The player’s requirements obviously got the better of their interest.

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