Unloved at OM, he dreams of the Blues and Qatar!

Jordan Veretout had a complicated start to the season with OM, where he struggled to gain unanimous support among supporters.

Indisputable holder in the eyes of Igor Tudor since the start of the season, Jordan Veretout is less unanimous with the supporters than with the staff of Olympique de Marseille. The former AS Roma midfielder, transferred this summer for more than 10 million euros, is slowly gaining momentum and it was time for the Vélodrome, which was starting to get impatient with the unconvincing performances of Jordan Veretout . A decisive passer against Tottenham in the Champions League, the French international did it again on Sunday against OL with a decisive corner for the head of Samuel Gigot in the Olympico. Good performances which have boosted his popularity rating in Marseille and which allow Jordan Veretout to hope for a good surprise with a potential selection for the French team for the World Cup in Qatar.

Jordan Veretout still dreams of the Blues

“I believe in it, I am a footballer, I have already been called up. I give everything on the pitch, it’s up to the coach to make his choices.” launched Jordan Veretout, who will be in front of his television on Wednesday for the list of Didier Deschamps. The OM midfielder also spoke to Prime Video about Marseille’s victory against Lyon on Sunday evening in a boiling Velodrome (1-0). “It was a tough match, we knew that, I think we put our hearts into it tonight, that’s what allowed us to win. We knew it would be a fight. On the last matches we sometimes ran anyhow. Despite a few occasions, they were never too dangerous either. We stay on a compact block. OM are a great club, they are in love with the club, they give 100% in every game. We remained on a negative streak, the victory was for them. analyzed the Olympian midfielder, who hopes to continue his rise to power on Sunday evening when Marseille travel to Monaco for the last match in Ligue 1 before the World Cup, that the midfielder of the OM hopes to compete with the Blues.

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