ANALYSIS – It’s a double-stakes offseason looming for Pablo Longoria. The president of Olympique de Marseille will have to manage a large transfer window while ensuring the internal reorganization of the club.
This is the eternal catchphrase on the side of Olympique de Marseille: the summer transfer window still promises to be a big chunk. And even if the Euro and the Blues of Didier Deschamps should, during the next four weeks, concentrate all the attention, we must not forget to take a look towards the Old Port where Pablo Longoria and Jorge Sampaoli are busy preparing the 2021-22 season.
The roadmap already seems more or less drawn. With a first step: to compensate the end of contract of Florian Thauvin, Hiroki Sakai or Valère Germain. Not to mention the possible departures of loaned players (Pol Lirola, Michaël Cuisance, Leonardo Balerdi…) In all, between 6 and 10 players could leave Marseille. No question for Longoria to go through the country roads, the president of OM, 35, wants to do it quickly and as long as it is good. Evidenced by the agreement in principle found with Flamengo for the transfer of Gerson and that with Espoir Mattéo Guendouzi. Others
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