Targeted by West Ham, Aston Villa and Newcastle, Marseille striker Bamba Dieng is also on the shelves of Crystal Palace.
A player is more than ever in the sights of Premier League clubs at Olympique de Marseille. And to everyone’s surprise, it’s not Duje Caleta-Car or Boubacar Kamara. Indeed, it is the young striker Bamba Dieng who has been popular since the start of the winter transfer window. Author of the most beautiful goal of the month of September in Ligue 1 (his scissor in Strasbourg), Bamba Dieng is a target of Newcastle, Aston Villa or even West Ham. But according to information from the Guardian, a new Premier League club has been added to the list of courtiers for the Senegalese international, who is currently playing in the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon. Crystal Palace, coached by Patrick Vieira, has also checked the name of the OM striker and plans to make an offer before the end of January.
Crystal Palace also on Dieng
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Estimated at nearly 15 million euros on the transfer market, Bamba Dieng sees his rating explode in the Premier League, which gives Marseille the hope of recovering a larger check. For the English journalist Adam White, interviewed on the Give Me Sport program in Great Britain, it is obvious that Bamba Dieng is increasingly followed by English clubs. “He is a talented player, he would be a great reinforcement for Crystal Palace because he is a youngster with great potential, a good goalscorer. He is a fantastic finisher, very skilled in front of goal even though he is still young and therefore still needs time. Marseille are the perfect place for him to progress right now but if Crystal Palace can get him they will have a really, really talented striker.” launched the journalist, helping to raise the sauce around Bamba Dieng in England. Pablo Longoria, the president of Olympique de Marseille, can rub his hands. Whether he leaves this winter or later, the Senegalese will bring big returns to the Marseille club in the future …