OM will be able to recruit this summer despite the recruitment ban


According to the newspaper The Team, Olympique de Marseille have already begun to prepare their recruitment for the summer transfer window, despite the recruitment ban that weighs on the Marseille club following the case of the aborted transfer of Pape Gueye to Watford. Marseille hopes to be able to strengthen its workforce during the off-season but will have to wait until it passes the DNCG at the end of June before doing anything.

According to the sports daily, OM should recruit in particular in the defensive sector since Caleta-Car is not certain to stay, like Saliba who will return to Arsenal at the end of his loan in June and that Alvaro Gonzalez should leave him. the club this summer. The Marseille management will also have to manage the Mandanda file, which according to our information is still being tracked by OGC Nice, as well as the case of Polish striker Arkadiusz Milik whose future in Marseille is uncertain.

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