A last minute departure from OM?

Very active since the opening of the transfer market, Olympique de Marseille could take advantage of this last day of the transfer window to complete a new start.

It was expected: as usual, Olympique de Marseille was one of the main movers and shakers of the winter transfer window. Two new children arrived during the month of January: Jean Onana, Ulisses Garcia, Quentin Merlin and Faris Moumbagna.

After one minute of arrival, you cannot attend until the transfers arrive at the end of the day. On the other hand, a new boy could leave Marseille. In recent days, OM have already seen two of their attackers: Vitinha and François Mughe, both ready, the first in Genoa with an option to buy, the second in Dunkirk, this time without an option to buy. A third player should follow.

Two Spanish clubs in the running

If Jonathan Clauss finally returns to Marseille after the psychodrama triggered by the conductors, OM could find a way out for Pape Gueye, who has become persona non grata in the Marseille city after his refusal to extend a few months from the end of its opposite. Two Spanish clubs would thus be in the running. Cadiz, which received the serious blessing of Fede San Emeterio, and Sevilla FC, where the Senegalese played on loan last season, the Andalusian club nevertheless favored an arrival next summer.

From the press conference at the start of the season, Pablo Longoria did not fail to put pressure on his player. “For Pape Gueye, the club twice offered a contract extension. He has trained very well with us since the summer. He has a high level of commitment and training. The intention of the club is as important as that of the player. The lack of response does not respect the club,” he said, additionally: “You can find a way out before Thursday. This is a clear position. It’s a question of respect for the club. We supported the player, we paid the lawyer’s fees and compensation to Watford, we allowed him to train. On the other hand, the children are in the project and are fully engaged. “I want to repeat: one of our problems at the moment is commitment. »