Like Florian Thauvin last summer, Boubacar Kamara could leave OM free during the next offseason. The Marseille club does not resolve it.
President Longoria has always said it: out of the question for him – as far as possible – to let a player at the end of his contract leave without compensation. After failure Thauvin last summer – the person having fled free for Mexico and the Monterrey Tigers after seven years in Sky and White – it’s the turn of Boubacar Kamara to find yourself in this precise situation. Him the kid from the Olympian training center, the international Hopes tricolor promised a great future.
The staff in recent months has been trying to get the boy to bow down by submitting offers to extend the lease. The latest spanning five years with the smoothing of an interesting salary according to various internal sources. Other shorter-term proposals have already been formulated elsewhere.
The Premier League on the lookout
Still, the versatile Marseille midfielder, able to evolve in the axis of the defense as to help out at the right side position, does not seem inclined to satisfy the Marseille management. The episode of the forced departure attempt last summer in the final hours of the transfer window would remain in his throat. The Premier League, where Manchester United, Arsenal and Newcastle are eyeing his talent, could step into the breach next January.