OM logically lost (0-2) this Sunday in a warm-up match against AC Milan. A few days before the resumption of Ligue 1, the Phocaeans are worried.
In Marseille, the time is for doubts. Since the arrival of Igor Tudor, OM have struggled to convince. Worse, the Marseille group is feverish and without genius. This Sunday at the Stade Vélodrome, OM sank against AC Milan. The Lombards quickly made the difference to then manage their lead. A logical and implacable defeat which does not reassure fans and observers of the Marseille club, especially before the return of Olympique de Marseille to the Champions League. For Nabil Djellit, there is little chance of seeing the Marseillais delude themselves into the queen of European competitions.
OM, does it already smell bad in the Champions League?
🔴 Alexis Sanchez would be close to signing at OM!
He signed a 2-year contract in Marseille and earned just over €3m/season!
— Footballogue⭐️⭐️ (@Footballogue) August 1, 2022
On his Twitter account, the journalist did not lack humor to analyze OM’s defeat against AC Milan. “A school against AC Milan. Beautiful but. Really. (…) In defense, OM is a disaster. Kolasinac in particular. Giroud like on parade 2-0. (…) OM are taken down… The 3 behind, masons. Terrible. Better to play with 10 than with Kolasinac. Milan can send their bench. There was no photo. No defense, no attack. Guendouzi late like his club. It was a training match for AC Milan. As a reminder, behind in terms of physical preparation compared to OM… Serie A starts later. UEFA should think of a hat 5 for OM in the Champions League…”, notably indicated Nabil Djellit, not at all thrilled by Igor Tudor’s OM. Note that the summer transfer window of the Phocaeans should accelerate in the coming hours. An imminent agreement is announced for the arrival of Alexis Sanchez in Marseille. On the departure side, the management of OM is doing everything to invite Bamba Dieng to the start. The young Senegalese was once again not used this Sunday by Igor Tudor, to the chagrin of the supporters present…