Mercato: The OM boss takes action for these crack players!

Mercato: The OM boss takes action for these crack players!
Mercato: The OM boss takes action for these crack players!

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Mercato: The OM boss takes action for these crack players!

Published on May 27, 2024 at 10:10 a.m. – updated on May 27, 2024 at 10:18 a.m.

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Winner of the Gambardella Cup on Saturday, Olympique de Marseille could see some of its promising players go elsewhere in the coming weeks, due to lack of agreement for the signing of their first professional contract. Nothing to panic President Pablo Longoria, who would have recently regained control of these issues.

Little known for its training center in recent years, OM sent a strong message this Saturday by winning the Gambardella Cup against Nancy (4-1). An optimistic signal for the years to come? That remains to be seen. According to The Teamnegotiations with certain young people at the training center would be difficult, like Darryl Bakola, Yanis Sellami or Aboubaka Dosso, who would have been offered a simple trainee contract, enough to generate some frustration. Pablo Longoria has reportedly decided to take matters into his own hands.

Longoria manages the files

While the speeches of theOM could be different depending on the club’s contacts, Pablo Longoria took back control of the files with Marco Oterothe director of the training center of theOM who knows the Marseille president well having collaborated with him on FC Valence. According to The Team, Longoria wishes to focus on training but on its own terms, aware that victory in Gambardella may encourage agents to raise their demands.

“It’s up to young people to show that they deserve”

There is nothing taken for granted, it is up to young people to show that they deserve », we confide within theOMin comments reported by the sports daily. Pablo Longoria assumes the fact of not offering absolute guarantees on the future of Marseille’s hopes with the first team, which could then encourage some to look elsewhere in the coming weeks…

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