In France, Chilean Alexis Sanchez has confirmed he is considering leaving Olympique de Marseille next June because the team lacks ambition.
Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez answered a series of questions from a shower of accolades in just a few weeks as the star player signed by Olympique de Marseille for the 2022-2023 campaign.
And it happened because they were eliminated in the quarter-finals of the French Cup by a team from the middle of the table in Ligue 2 (Racing de Strasbourg).
Even OM were eliminated in the group phase of the Champions League, never even finishing third to access the Europa League.
A performance that offended ‘Niño Maravilla’, who recently left his future at Fosens in doubt, is currently 10 points behind leaders PSG in Gallia’s First Division Championship.
According to French media, Jeunes Footeux, the Tocopija man “wants to have sporting assurances about the Marseillaise club’s ability to play for the title next season”.
“Therefore, in this context of uncertainty, Pablo Longoria, president of Olympique de Marseille, and Javier Ribalta, director of football, have decided to pursue different routes of attack to compensate for the possible departure of Alexis Sanchez. Considering. Added.
Note that the 34-year-old national striker can leave as a free player in negotiations with another club from next July.
Longoria today don’t seem to have the tools they need to ensure the continuity of La Roja’s historic goalscorer. For this reason, he began observing attack figures that could arrive next June.
The main name in the portfolio is Foralin Balogun, the striker who currently defends Stade Reims and has an interesting total of 16 goals in Ligue 1.
Acme is his mass letter and interest from AC Milan. The 21-year-old British nationalized American attacker, who is on loan from Arsenal, is valued at €35 million.
Another name in the folder is that of Brazilian Roberto Firminho, who won’t be staying at Liverpool in his next campaign.
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