Kamara will leave OM, Longoria has understood this

A key player in the eyes of Jorge Sampaoli at OM this season, Boubacar Kamara is more than ever on the start.

At the end of the contract with Olympique de Marseille in June, Boubacar Kamara is heading for the exit. A few weeks ago, Marseille president Pablo Longoria still hoped to obtain the agreement of the 23-year-old defensive midfielder to extend his lease with his training club. But according to the information obtained by L’Equipe, the leaders of OM no longer have any illusions about the future of Boubacar Kamara. And for good reason, despite discussions that have dragged on for almost a year, no agreement has been reached between the player’s entourage and the Marseille management. However, OM did not show themselves to be stingy in this matter by offering Kamara to become their highest paid player in the locker room. Without categorically refusing the offers of Olympique de Marseille, Boubacar Kamara’s entourage left Pablo Longoria on stand-by.

OM have no more hope in the Kamara case

The advisers of the player trained at OM are well aware that with his status as a free player, the French international hopefuls will unleash passions on the transfer market. Barcelona, ​​Bayern Munich or even Chelsea and Juventus Turin are closely monitoring the situation of a player with very high potential and who will not cost a penny in transfer compensation this summer. For the leaders of Olympique de Marseille, hope gives life but there is not really any more in this file. Annoyed, some influential leaders in the circle close to Pablo Longoria submitted to the Spanish president of OM the idea of ​​dismissing Boubacar Kamara in order to sanction him, like what Barça wanted to do with Dembélé. A radical proposal that did not find favor in the eyes of Pablo Longoria and Jorge Sampaoli. Partly because Kamara is essential to OM. Without him (7 games), Marseille have only won two games this season. A figure that says a lot about the importance of a key player for Marseille.

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