Kamara drops exit hint amid Roma and Milan links

epa09564786 Boubacar KAMARA of Olympique Marseille and Luis ALBERTO of SS Lazio during the UEFA Europa League Group E soccer match between Olympique Marseille and SS Lazio at the Velodrome Stadium in Marseille, southern France, 04 November 2021. EPA-EFE/ALEXANDRE DIMOU

Olympique De Marseille starlet Boubacar Kamara says ‘anything can happen’ in his future as his contract ends in the summer and both Milan and Roma have been linked with securing his services.

The 22-year-old has played 23 games across all competitions at a club level this term. He can play as a centre defender or in centre midfield. His contract runs out in the summer and both Roma and Milan have been linked with securing his services.

“If I stay, I will do anything to reach the club’s target, which is the Champions League,” Kamara said after last night’s Ligue 1 clash against Lille.

“The transfer window is open so anything can happen. There are many rumours, but irrespective of that, I am happy to have my family and my teammates close to me. I must remain focused on the pitch without thinking about the rest and give my best to help my team.”

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Kamara wants a €5m-a-year contract which would make him become the highest earner at Roma and one of the most paid players at Milan.

However, the Giallorossi continue to monitor the market and hope to offload a few players are who are not in José Mourinho’s plans, such as Amadou Diawara, who earns over €2m per season.

The former Napoli starlet is on international duty, but Roma hope he will listen to offers from Spain while at the Africa Cup of Nations.

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