OM supporters can breathe, their club is freed from the chains of the DNCG, which had supervised its payroll last season as well as its transfer compensation. On May 31, the financial policeman of French football had again examined the accounts of OM and pronounced a reprieve pending further information.
After several days of uncertainty, the final verdict of the DNCG fell on Thursday evening and OM received the green light from the body. This should allow Pablo Longoria to finally launch the OM transfer window after having already dug many leads in recent weeks.
Note that AS Monaco, OGC Nice, Olympique Lyonnais and PSG also received the green light from the DNCG on Thursday.