OM will not be the pigeon of Angers with Mohamed Ali Cho

The summer transfer window is now being prepared for OM, who have identified Mohamed Ali Cho as a potential reinforcement in attack.

In a very good position to qualify for the Champions League next season, Olympique de Marseille is already working on the summer transfer window. Pablo Longoria has already secured the services of Samuel Gigot, free in June and who has already signed up for OM. In defense, the Marseille president also made progress in the Isaak Touré file, which could leave Le Havre for Marseille against a sum of around 3 million euros. In the offensive sector, it was another French prospect who caught the eye of Pablo Longoria in the person of Mohamed Ali Cho. The Angers striker has a profile that the president of OM really likes… and not only. According to information from L’Equipe, Jorge Sampaoli is also under the spell of the SCO striker and has validated his potential recruitment in Marseille.

OM refuse to overpay for Ali Cho

However, contrary to what may have circulated during the day on Wednesday, there is not the start of an agreement between Olympique de Marseille and Angers for the transfer of Mohamed Ali Cho according to L’Equipe. And for good reason, the national daily reveals that the Angevin leaders are demanding between 12 and 15 million euros for the transfer of the French international hopefuls. A sum that OM could be able to put on the table in the event of qualification for the Champions League… without any certainty for the moment, however. And for good reason, everything will depend on potential sales and especially on the envelope allocated to the transfer window by Frank McCourt, who remains the sole decision-maker on this subject despite the growing influence at the club of Pablo Longoria. In addition, Angers is claiming a very large resale percentage for Mohamed Ali Cho. L’Equipe concludes by affirming that Olympique de Marseille will not give in to the game of one-upmanship, in the event that an English club disrupts the market with a delirious offer. Angers are warned, Pablo Longoria has big ambitions, but he doesn’t quite have a free hand in the transfer market.

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