This Thursday evening, the DNCG delivered its verdict on Olympique de Marseille. The financial policeman of French football has therefore decided to lift the suspension recently pronounced against the Marseille club. And the Olympian leaders seem to want to strike a blow on the transfer window.
OM have obtained the green light from the DNCG and will therefore be able to start their summer transfer window. Many names have circulated in recent weeks. According to information from Foot Mercato, Pablo Longoria would be ready to make very big financial efforts to repatriate William Saliba. The specialized site even mentions an amount of 40 million euros.
Does the Marseille club really have the financial means to sign such a check? OM have already approached Arsenal to find out their conditions for the French international defender under contract with the gunners until 2023.
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I’m a little disappointed with Saliba
A few days ago Jean Charles de Bono, former OM player and FCM consultant, mentioned the Saliba file. The latter had explained that he wanted to try to win at Arsenal next season.
“It disappoints me a little with Saliba, to hear you say that because he proclaimed his love for OM so much, the last game when he returned to the field with euphoria, the next day or the day after he said “I want to stay at OM, it’s a club where it vibrates, there is the Champions League”. And there is a reversal of the situation. I don’t mind Arteta being able to say “Saliba now we want to keep him”. For Saliba I think it’s more a source of pride to want to return to Arsenal as he has played 0 games there. To say to myself today I have matured, I have played 52 games with Olympique de Marseille as a starter, I want to show my qualities at Arsenal and in England, I am an international. I think for him it’s a challenge. Finally, he shouldn’t have advanced too much at the end of the championship with Olympique de Marseille, that’s where I’m a little disappointed because he’s a player I admire and like very much. . » Jean-Charles de Bono Sources: Marseille Football Club (06/06/2022)
– Marseille Football Club (@FCMarseille) June 7, 2022