Football – Mercato – OM
As president of OM, Pablo Longoria will have a lot to do this summer since he will have to succeed in parting with a good number of players deemed undesirable by Jorge Sampaoli and others who find themselves in an unfavorable contractual situation. for OM who lost Florian Thauvin and Boubacar Kamara free of any contract. What do you think Longoria’s first sale should be?
On June 10, the summer transfer window opened its doors. However, theOM hasn’t signed a single player yet. Indeed, as The Team made it known on Sunday evening, the owner Frank McCourt would expect from its president pablo Longoria a serious internal degreasing after having compensated for the recurring financial shortcomings of theOM lately. Before recruiting, Longoria will therefore have to tackle a sales workshop upstream. Some players have good odds on the market like Steve Mandanda or Arkadiusz milik could replenish OM’s coffers, but there are no contractual emergencies for Pablo Longoria who has a slew of players for whom it would be necessary to quickly find a base so as not to repeat the bad experiences Florian Thauvin and Boubacar Kamaraparties free of any contract.
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Alvaro, Caleta-Car, Henrique, who will be the first to be sacrificed?
This is indeed the case of Duje Caleta-Car, Nemanja Radonjic and Kevin Strootmanall recruited in the summer of 2018 after the World Cup in Russia and who, with the exception of Caleta–Becausenever could make their hole inOM, regardless of the coach. As a result, the Marseille club finds itself in a complicated situation to part with it and for different reasons. For Radonjichis lack of playing time over the past two years has closed many doors for him in the transfer market and in terms of Strootmanhis XXL salary forces the few interested clubs to withdraw as The Team underlined it this Sunday evening. As it concerns Caleta-Car, IOM and the Torino would be in the running. Same story for Luis Henrique who would be popular with the Turin club and territorial enemy of the Juventus. As for Pol lirola, pablo Longoria would try to send him back to Italy, he who was recruited from the Fiorentina. Refusing as it stands to pay compensation of €5 million to Alvaro González to break his contract, the president Longoria would look for him a base in Spain, but the interests that the Spaniard would arouse would not be so strong as to quickly complete a transfer.
But who do you think will take the door first at OM?