Mercato: Kamara wants too much, even the English are fleeing

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The future of Boubacar Kamara is one of the soap operas of this Marseille winter transfer window. The 22-year-old has not extended with OM and seems destined to leave soon. The Premier League gives him soft eyes but his salary demands don’t really please him.

The more days go by, the less clear the future of Boubacar Kamara seems. The questions are multiplying on the middle of OM but the answers are slow in coming. When will he leave? Where ? For what amount? One thing seems certain, Kamara at OM will be over in six months maximum unless there is a surprise contract extension. The clubs interested in the young player of 22 years are numerous like Juventus or Manchester United among the most prestigious names of the list. The name of Kamara is regularly mentioned on the side of England where its coast is important.

Kamara wants a very high salary even for English clubs

Newcastle and West Ham are two other candidates for the arrival of the Marseillais. These are serious contenders who would really need his arrival in their workforce. Newcastle must emerge from the bottom of the Premier League standings while West Ham is an ever more serious competitor for European places and a first appearance in the Champions League. The Hammers want Kamara to replace their icon Mark Noble, 34. They are inclined to make an offer to OM in the short term, but the salary demanded by the Olympian player calms their ardor somewhat. According to The SunKamara would like an estimated salary of 150,000 pounds per week, or nearly 180,000 euros per week. A remuneration that would block the two clubs especially Newcastle, still uncertain about its retention in the Premier League next season. This especially encourages the two teams to wait on this file and therefore to postpone the recruitment of the player. They could thus manifest themselves next summer, when he will be free from any contract with OM, to offer him a sufficiently attractive signing bonus to reduce his salary expectations.

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