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OM plans to recruit Thomas Lemar

Olympique Marseille is on track to achieve an exceptional summer transfer window, with a series of acquisitions of high-level players. After the arrivals of Renan Lodi and Geoffrey Kondogbia from Atlético Madrid, the management of the Marseille club does not intend to stop there. According to sources close to the club, Pablo Longoria and his team are currently studying the possibility of recruiting another French international to strengthen their squad: Thomas Lemar.

Thomas Lemar, 27, has had his ups and downs in his career. After winning the World Cup with the French national team in 2018, the player struggled to keep his place due to a lack of playing time. Despite this, his undeniable talent and experience at the highest level make him an interesting target for OM.

Coach Diego Simeone seems to no longer rely on Lemar, which opens the way for a possible move to Marseille. The managers of the Marseille club are aware of this situation and are ready to seize this opportunity. Indeed, Lemar could bring an additional dimension to the OM midfield, with his technique, his vision of the game and his ability to create goalscoring opportunities.

This possible acquisition is part of Pablo Longoria’s ambitious strategy, which aims to strengthen the team for the coming season. The recruitment of players such as Renan Lodi and Geoffrey Kondogbia testifies to the ambition displayed by OM to return to the fore. With the potential arrival of Thomas Lemar, the Marseille club is sending a strong signal to its competitors in Ligue 1.

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