With a year to go before the end of his contract with OM, Boubacar Kamara is still in doubt about his future. AS Monaco would be very determined to attract him in his nets this summer, while another suitor seems to withdraw from the file.
OM Mercato : Boubacar Kamara, AC Milan about to withdraw
Boubacar Kamara is set to be one of the great attractions of the summer mercato. At 21 years old, the versatile midfielder, capable of playing in central defense, has performed well for Marseille. OM would like to extend his contract, which expires next June. However, the French international hopeful has so far refused all offers made by his management.
In order to avoid that he leaves for free in twelve, the management of OM is considering selling him this summer. This situation has quickly attracted the attention of several big European teams, including AC Milan. But according to information from Il Corriere dello Sport, the chances of Boubacar Kamara joining the Lombard club are becoming increasingly slim. The source explains that the Italian club is not ready to draw the 30 million euros demanded by OM to release the player from his last year of contract. Moreover, the Rossoneri are about to abandon the track of the Marseille star in favor of another Frenchman.
AC Milan turn to Tiemoue Bakayoko
Il Corriere dello Sport reveals that AC Milan is working to complete the return of Tiemoue Bakayoko, who was loaned out by Chelsea last season. The French defensive midfielder had a good loan in Italy, which made the Milanese want to keep him this summer.
Anyway, this withdrawal of the Rossoneri for Boubacar Kamara could be a good thing for AS Monaco. In search of reinforcement in the midfield, the Monegasques have already made an offer of 14 million euros for the young Marseille player, without success. It remains to be seen if the club of the Rock will return to the charge with a new proposal.