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Mercato Mercato – OM: With Clauss’ injury, Longoria could lose a check for €20 million
Published on October 6, 2022 at 07:30
A key man in Igor Tudor’s system since the start of the season, Jonathan Clauss had to leave his partners, injured. Issa Kaboré, also arrived at OM this summer, replaced him and held his position perfectly. If ever the Burkinabé international continues to perform as well, Pablo Longoria could be tempted to exercise the purchase option set at €20m.
Last summer theOM has reviewed a large part of its workforce, especially on the sides. With the arrival ofIgor Tudor, Pablo Longoria knew he had to offer quality pistons to his new trainer. To occupy the wings, the president of theOM a fact to come Nuno Tavares on loan fromArsenal and Jonathan Clauss arrived from RC lens. But to supplement the French international, Pablo Longoria has defined Issa Kaborepersonal player Manchester Cityready to Troyes the last season.
Clauss injured, Kaboré enters the scene
If Jonathan Clauss has played almost every game since the start of the season, the situation will change since the former player of the RC lens went out on injury this Tuesday in the Champions League against the Sporting Portugal. A blow to theOMeven though Issa Kabore perfectly ensured the succession from the start. And if ever the Burkinabé international came to repeat this type of performance, Pablo Longoria could be tempted to exercise the purchase option set at €20 million.
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“I would like to stay here”
Recently asked about his future, Issa Kabore is clear: he wants to continue with theOM. ” My future, I want it to be OM. I would love to stay here. I want to leave my mark here. I don’t think it’s going to be hard, because already I love this club and frankly, I don’t think it will be hard “, confided the personal player to Manchester City in an interview with foot market. Pablo Longoria knows what he has to do…