OM: 10 ME and Dieng fired, the showdown begins

Despite good things shown last season, Bamba Dieng is no longer part of OM’s plans. According to L’Equipe, the Marseille management is pushing the Senegalese to find a new club.

The truth of one day is not necessarily that of the next day, and especially in the world of football. While he had helped OM end the last season with a bang, Bamba Dieng is apparently no longer part of the club’s plans. And this, since the arrival of Igor Tudor. Facing Middlesbrough, during the OM debacle, the Croatian coach will have given playing time to all his attackers (Arkadiusz Milik, Luis Suarez, Cédric Bakambu) but not to Bamba Dieng. Tudor’s objective is to push the Senegalese out of the Marseille club as quickly as possible. It must be said that Dieng has a very good market value, which does not escape Olympian decision-makers.

Dieng and OM, it’s getting tense!

Estimated at 10 million euros on the transfer market, the 22-year-old striker could allow OM to unlock their transfer window. Because for the moment, the Marseille management is slipping a little. To make matters worse, Alvaro Gonzalez and Kevin Strootman are in no rush to leave. It is therefore necessary to make sacrifices on the OM side and like Arnaud Kalimuendo at PSG, Dieng is one of the potential sacrificed. Problem for Igor Tudor and others, the fact that Dieng does not want to leave Olympique de Marseille. It is indeed information from The Team, which implies that the native of Pikine (Senegal) intends to fight to earn a place at OM. A standoff is therefore engaged between Tudor, OM and Dieng. It remains to be seen who will crack first. Note that the Darko Lazovic (Hellas Verona) file has also taken a hit in the wing in recent hours. While OM will be present in all competitions next season, including the Champions League, the most total vagueness reigns in the Marseille city. According Provence, Pablo Longoria is increasingly under pressure. Because Frank McCourt is getting impatient. The owner of the Marseille team would no longer want to put money out of his pocket and is calling for future sales…

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