Mercato – OM: Already a hard blow for De Zerbi?

Mercato – OM: Already a hard blow for De Zerbi?
Mercato – OM: Already a hard blow for De Zerbi?

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Mercato – OM: Already a hard blow for De Zerbi?

Published on June 20, 2024 at 10:45 a.m.

To replace Jean-Louis Gasset, Pablo Longoria should trust Roberto De Zerbi, whose arrival at OM is announced as imminent. At the same time, the Marseille club would be close to completing the arrival of Lilian Brassier. The latter was convinced by the Italian coach, who wanted to associate him with Leonardo Balerdi in defense. Problem, it is possible that this will not happen, because the Argentinian is very popular this summer.

After a very sad season punctuated by an eighth place in the rankings, OM wants to bounce back this summer to once again aim for the top places in Ligue 1. To succeed, Pablo Longoria has achieved a real success, because the Marseille club would be very close to announcing the arrival of Roberto De Zerbione of the most highly rated trainers on the market.

Brassier after De Zerbi?

We could therefore see the landing Roberto De Zerbi very soon at Marseille and it could quickly be followed by Lilian Brassier. According to information from The Teamthe latter would have an agreement with theABOUT about a five-year contract. However, the Marseille club would have to come to an agreement with Brestwho will ask for at least €10M to let him go.

De Zerbi wants to associate Brassier with Balerdi but…

Roberto De Zerbi would have already spoken with Lilian Brassier, who would have been seduced by his speech. The Italian technician wants to associate him with Leonardo Balerdi in central defense. Problem, the former coach of Brighton might not be able to carry out his plans. Indeed, according to The Teamthe Argentinian is followed by numerous European teams, includingAtalantathe Napoli, Bournemouth et Newcastle and he might decide to look elsewhere.

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