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Longoria’s Surprise Transfer Turns Into Fiasco

OM have not finished their shopping. After Ruslan Malinovskyi, another attacking profile is expected in Marseille by the end of January and the winter transfer window. But involved in several files, Pablo Longoria has a string of failures. Long targeted, Leandro Trossard spun at Arsenal, while Porto would oppose the departure of Gonçalo Borges.

OM have had good results for several weeks. Qualified for the knockout stages of the Coupe de France after their victory against Rennes on Friday, the Marseille club continues its good momentum and is still looking to strengthen itself to end this exercise as well as possible. The arrival of Ruslan Malinovskyi at the beginning of January should fulfill this objective. But the midfielder, on loan from Atalanta Bergamo, should be joined by another attacking reinforcement. President of OM, Pablo Longoria has ten days to succeed in his mission.

The president of OM thought he was reaching the goal after having received the agreement from Leandro Trossard (Brighton). Negotiations were going in the right direction, until Arsenal landed in this case and managed to win the bet. “He only had a year left on his contract, it was when Chelsea stole Mudryk from Arsenal that Brighton decided to raise the price. Tottenham had made an offer to 12. OM hoped to have it around 20 million ”announced, after the fact, journalist Mohamed Bouhafsi, who had been made aware of this track.

Gonçalo Borges Will Not Come to Marseille

Today on France 5, Bouhafsi wanted to reassure OM supporters. “OM will try something else,” he announced. This Saturday, Record evokes a new track from OM. The young Gonçalo Borges, only 21 years old, would have been followed by Pablo Longoria in recent weeks, but again, the operation should fall apart. His coach at Porto, Sergio Conceiçao, does not want to part with his right winger. A new track to clear for OM.

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