According to several media, Olympique de Marseille wants to recruit Seko Fofan. Téléfoot confirms this information, but there would be a big disadvantage leading to Côte d’Ivoire in this file!
Olympique de Marseille appreciates the profile of Seko Fofan in the middle of the advance. RC Lens is one of the priority goals of Jorge Sampaoli and Pablo Longoria for the next summer transfer period. Several media outlets have been talking about this possibility for almost a week.
Financial difficulties in the Seko Fofana case?
Téléfoot confirms this information this Sunday, but also confirms that there is a big problem in this file. According to TF1, OM would not have the necessary funds to sign Seko Fofan… The same would apply to the midfielder’s salary… If there is no sale, it therefore seems difficult for a Côte d’Ivoire representative to sign a contract with Olympique de Marseille.
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Phone transfer window info: Seko Fofana
According to our information, they want YES, OM midfielder Lensoise, a track certified by Jorge Sampaoli and Pablo Longoria.
– Telefoot (@ telefoot_TF1) May 29, 2022
Fofana, profile 100% compatible with OM?
“Fofana, he’s lungs, so it’s obviously good, he scores goals, he projects well, he’s a bundle in the middle of the advance, he’s present and he shows it. He spent an extraordinary season with Lens, he carried his team all season, and even in the last matches he scored very important goals. Frank Passi – Source: Marseille Foot Debate (23/05/2022)
“I really like both players, starting with the spirit, their game qualities, what they bring to the team. Fofana? I remember the match here at Vélodrome, he had a great match. A guy like Fofana, the massacre in the middle of the field is comparable, like the other Fofana (Youssouf), who plays in Monaco with Tchouameni, they are additional players, once there is a small failure, the partner is there to balance it and allows the team to be more balanced . » Jean-Charles de Bono – Source: Marseille Foot Debate (23/05/2022) »