Olympique Marseille are willing to lower their price tag on AC Milan and Lazio-linked midfielder Boubacar Kamara.

As reported by French newspaper L’Equipe (via LazioNews24) earlier today, the Ligue 1 side do not want to lose the 21-year-old French midfielder on a free transfer next summer, and so are open to lowering their price tag on the midfielder in order to sell him this transfer window.


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Marseille have lowered Kamara’s cost from €20 million down to €15 million, making a deal for him more likely.

Both the Biancocelesti and the Rossoneri have their eye on the 21-year-old Frenchman, who is able to play as both a defensive midfielder and a center-back.


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Kamara, who is not set to sign a contract renewal with the Ligue 1 side, made 35 league appearances last season, for a total of 2905 minutes.

In that time, he won 69 tackles, made 57 blocks, and averaged 2.20 clearances per 90 minutes.

One thought on “Olympique Marseille Lower Price Tag on Lazio & AC Milan Linked Kamara

  1. We can make them take lesser €10m plus bonuses for kamara and close the deal Asap. This are players that can explode in less than 2years.

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