Published by Adrian Jakupi, Media365 on Saturday, Aug 19, 2023 at 7:59 pm.
Despite the XXL transfer window, Olympique de Marseille is not finished in the transfer market. According to the German press, Pablo Longoria is considering signing Bayer Leverkusen attacking midfielder Nadeem Amiri.
Olympique de Marseille hit hard during this summer transfer window with the arrivals of Renan Lodi, Ismaila Sarr, Iliman Ndiaye, Geoffrey Kondogbia and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Despite all these promising recruitments, OM has been let down by the ground reality. Knocked out by Panathinaikos in the third preliminary round of the Champions League and retaining control on the lawn of FC Metz (2-2) during the second day of Ligue 1, on Friday evening, the Phocians are already worried about the start of the season. Especially with his ineffectiveness on the offensive end. A discovery that prompts Pablo Longoria to continue exploring the transfer market to strengthen its workforce. According to the information received from the German daily riotersThe side third in Ligue 1 last season have reportedly opened talks with Bayer Leverkusen to secure the services of German midfielder, Nadeem Amiri. A welcome reinforcement to Marcelino’s formation, who regretted losing Geoffrey Kondogbia, who was ruled out with injury against Metz, and Ruslan Malinovsky, who moved to Genoa.
Arriving from Hoffenheim in 2019, Nadeem Amiri may have expressed his wishes elsewhere with his leaders. Rhine newspapers speculate that an amount of around €7 million could be enough to persuade Bayer’s leaders to let the Germany international go in five selections. A versatile midfielder capable of playing in the middle or on either flank, the 26-year-old dazzled at the Orange Velodrome in early August during summer warm-up. During the victory for Xabi Alonso’s men against OM (2–1), Amiri created a threat several times on his left flank and even himself by deceiving Pau López from a straight corner with his right foot. was honored. His absence from the Leverkusen group on the first day of the Bundesliga shows that he is well and truly on his way.