Pushed towards the exit in Marseille: Two English clubs rush on Pape Gueye

Pushed towards the exit in Marseille: Two English clubs rush on Pape Gueye

Wishing to reduce its wage bill this winter, OM should part with a midfielder in high demand on the Premier League side. Pape Gueye should be sold this winter.

The management of OM plans to part with several players in the hope of earning an attractive sum on each sale. It is in this perspective that several locker room frames have been put on the market. Pape Gueye is on this list of candidates leaving Marseille.

The Senegalese defensive midfielder has been used very little at OM since the arrival of Igor Tudor. The proof, he has only been established three times this season in Ligue 1. He has visibly lost the confidence of his coach and his Marseille leaders.

If Pape Gueye has regularly shown his attachment to OM, the situation is likely to change during the winter transfer window. Especially since there is no shortage of suitors to afford the services of the African champion.

While many rumors recently announced a concrete interest from FC Sevilla for Pape Gueye, two new British suitors have just invited themselves into the battle for his signature.

According to information revealed by the British press then relayed by The PhocaeanSouthampton and Leeds United would be very interested in the profile of the Senegalese.

These British interests do not necessarily displease the management of OM who hope to sell their player to the highest bidder.