Mercato | Mercato – OM: Longoria wants to prevent a failure at the Thauvin!

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Posted on November 2, 2021 at 5:30 a.m. by Th.B.

While OM are likely to lose Boubacar Kamara as the Marseille club lost Florian Thauvin when his contract expired, Pablo Longoria is said to be determined to extend the Marseille boy.

During the previous exercise, Pablo Longoria tried somehow to reach an agreement with Florian Thauvin and his entourage in order to sign a new contract to the world champion. Finally, the new star of the Tigers of Monterrey disagreed with the OM president over a possible extension. And it could be that the decision-makers of Olympique de Marseille will find themselves in the same situation next summer …

OM will try to extend Kamara!

Boubacar Kamara is contractually bound to OM until June 2022. It has now been several months since the contract extension of Kamara is a subject which returns on the table without approaching a total agreement. According to information from Fabrizio Romano for the Here We Go column on CBS Sports, Pablo Longoria would clearly have not thrown in the towel regarding the Kamara file and would seek to extend his contract by the end of the season although Bayern Munich and the Milan AC are also there…

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