Marseille refuse to rule out January exit of Roma and Milan target Kamara

by | Jan 20, 2022 15:59

Marseille President Pablo Longoria admits Milan and Roma target Boubacar Kamara could leave in January: ‘Anything can happen.’

The 22-year-old has reportedly rejected to extend his expiring contract with the Ligue 1 giants and is eligible to sign a pre-contract agreement with any other club.

Roma and Milan have been linked with securing his services, but according to multiple reports in Italy, his agent has requested a €5m-a-year contract.

That could make him become the highest-paid player at Roma and one of the highest earners at Milan.

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The Giallorossi could sell Jordan Veretout to Tottenham Hotspur to free up wages to sign Kamara, but talks are nowhere near to being finalised.

OM President Longoria admitted the club could be forced to sell the player in January to avoid losing him for nothing at the end of the season.

“We’ve discussed for a long time, there is mutual respect between us,” he said at Sead Kolasinac’s unveiling press conference as quoted by

“If something happens, it will be for the player and the club’s good. Anything can happen, respect is important, we’ll see the decision for June. It’s not easy to have a player with his contract expiring, but Boubacar respects this club.”

1 Comment

  1. fossadeileoni27

    At that price, leave him in France. Would rather run with what we have.

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