Currently, Olympique Marseille is looking to strengthen their squad when the winter transfer market opens but they do not have the funds available to do this. As such, the club is looking to sell a number of players who are no longer part of the plans for the remainder of the season.
According to sources from L’Equipe, Marseille is ready to sell midfielder Azzedine Ounahi in January, who has interest from teams competing in the Saudi Pro League.
Ounahi just joined Les Phoceens from SCO Angers less than a year ago, but since the successful 2022 World Cup with the Morocco team, the 23-year-old midfielder has been constantly injured and with constant changes in the team. management has left Ounahi unable to leave any impression at the Velodrome.
Currently, Marseille will be willing to sell Ounahi, as well as a number of other players this January, including midfielder Pape Gueye, who has just returned after a long suspension, along with Vitinha striker Luis Enrique and Ismaila Sarr could both be sold if the right offers come in.
Tuan Tu | 21:27 December 31, 2023