Foot OM – OM: A big check this winter, Dieng shakes up the transfer window

Foot OM – OM: A big check this winter, Dieng shakes up the transfer window

Under contract with OM until 2024, Bamba Dieng is the subject of negotiations for an extension in Marseille.

In the eyes of Pablo Longoria, it is inconceivable to keep in the workforce Marseille Olympics such a high market value player with only a one year contract on the clock. The Olympian president therefore wishes to extend Bamba Dieng in the coming weeks and if he does not succeed, a sale of the 22-year-old Senegalese will be on the agenda. This winter, OM’s intentions are to keep Bamba Dieng, Alexis Sanchez’s official understudy at the forefront of the Marseille attack. But as often on the transfer market, the Premier League is likely to upset the plans of Ligue 1 teams. And as proof, the Daily Express reveals that two English clubs are very interested in signing Bamba Dieng during this winter transfer window and are ready to draw an offer before the end of January.

Bamba Dieng courted in the Premier League this winter

Journalist Charlie Parker-Turner informs that Brentford and Brighton are fully on Bamba Dieng, ready to pounce on the Olympique de Marseille striker during this winter transfer window. The two British clubs, looking for a center forward this winter, have the means to bend OM, who will be attentive to all offers above 10 million euros for their striker. The English media also understands that other European teams, whose names have not yet been filtered, are also interested. At this stage, Bamba Dieng is rather favorable to the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčleaving Marseille to try his luck in the Premier League. Aware that the horizon is blocked at OM with a player of the caliber of Alexis Sanchez ahead of him in the hierarchy, Dieng is losing patience and would not say no to a departure. However, he will not go to clash with his management to leave, in the event that Pablo Longoria refuses the offers which will be submitted to him during this month of January. The cards are more than ever in the hands of English clubs in the Bamba Dieng case‚Ķ