Transfer window: OM completes a dream transfer, everything is ruined

Transfer window: OM completes a dream transfer, everything is ruined
Transfer window: OM completes a dream transfer, everything is ruined

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Transfer window: OM completes a dream transfer, everything is ruined

Published on July 3, 2024 at 4:30 p.m.

Hungry for sport, he grew up to the sound of Formula 1 engines and the exploits of Ronaldinho. Today, with a Master’s degree in sports journalism, he never misses an F1 Grand Prix or a PSG match, his two passions and specialties.

A year after signing for OM, Iliman Ndiaye is already leaving the Marseille club since his transfer to Everton has been made official. A disappointment for the Senegalese international who does not hide the fact that he would have liked to have been more efficient to establish himself with his favorite club.

L’ABOUT continues its downsizing. After completing the sale of Little Vitinhapermanently transferred to Genoathe Marseille club has made official the departure of Iliman Ndiaye who has joined Everton for around €20M, bonuses included. And yet, a year ago, the Senegalese international arrived in Marseille with great fanfare. Highly anticipated by the supporters of theABOUT after a successful season in Championship, Indian education especially displayed his love for the Marseille club which quickly helped him to be loved by Marseille fans. But his disappointing season finally convinced theABOUT to sell it. And Iliman Ndiaye does not hide his disappointment.

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“I took the chance to make my dream come true”

« A year ago, when I was given the opportunity to play for OM, I seized the chance to make my dream come true. It was an honour, a magical and indescribable experience for me and I am really proud to have worn this jersey again, 10 years later. I have always tried to give the best of myself on the pitch despite the difficulties and I was the first to be disappointed when I couldn’t live up to expectations. I would have really liked the story to have turned out differently but I learned a lot during this year. ” he wrote on his account Instagrambefore continuing.

“It’s already time for me to go back to England”

« It’s already time for me to go back to England and find my bearings in life again, but I really wanted to thank all the people who supported me this season: my teammates who never gave up on me, the various staff, the Management and everyone at the club for their kindness. And a special and sincere thank you to all the supporters for your daily affection and the memories that I will keep in my head forever. The arrival at the airport, my debut at the Vélodrome, my first goal, the atmosphere of the big nights… Your daily support has meant a lot all season and will remain engraved in me. I wish the Club the best for the future, the story is coming to an end but the supporter that I have always been will continue to vibrate in front of each match. Come on OM “, concludes Indian education.

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