A new track takes off for OM after Axel Witsel

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Runner-up to Paris Saint-Germain last season and qualified for the next Champions League, Olympique de Marseille now intends to take advantage of the summer window to achieve an ambitious transfer window and thus be at its best on the European scene in the next fiscal year. With this in mind, Pablo Longoria, president of the Marseille club, has been active in recent hours and is multiplying the leads. But the Marseille leader is already facing competition.

Unlike Axel Witsel, the Marseille club would, in fact, be about to say goodbye to a new track. Thus, according to the latest information from the daily Image, Riechedly Bazoer, a 25-year-old central defender playing for Vitesse Arnheim, is about to join Borussia Mönchengladbach. Also targeted by Stuttgart but above all announced on the side of Canebière, the Dutch international (6 selections) should finally join Bas-Rhin.

Advanced negotiations between Bazoer and Gladbach!

As indicated by the German publication, the negotiations between the two parties will now even be very well advanced. Free of any contract at the end of the month, Bazoer therefore succeeded Matthias Ginter (28), who left the Foals after five seasons, in the central defense of Gladbach. In coach Daniel Farke’s team, the Batavian could then form the defensive duo with Nico Elvedi (25) or Marvin Friedrich (26). Trained at PSV Eindhoven, the young midfielder never really confirmed the huge hopes placed in him but always aroused the interest of European teams.

Coveted by Manchester City, he finally joined Ajax Amsterdam in 2012, outside the transfer window, which also earned him a ban on wearing the Lancers jersey in 2012-2013. European U17 champion with the Netherlands in 2012, the native of Utrecht finally failed his progress on the side of Wolfsburg then FC Porto. Author of 4 assists and 2 goals in 44 matches in all competitions last season, Bazoer is therefore about to give a new turn to his career. To the delight of the Fohlens and to the chagrin of the Olympian board…

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