Om: Would like Sampaoli "three or four players" during the next transfer window

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Present at a press conference this Tuesday, on the eve of the reception of FC Nantes at the Velodrome (the 33rd day, this Wednesday at 9 pm), Jorge Sampaoli spoke about the Marseille club’s summer transfer window. If he believes there will be a departure, Argentina’s coaches also want three or four reinforcements to raise the level of the workforce.

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Without knowing the outcome of this 2021-2022 season, it’s time to project ourselves on the OM version 2022-2023 already. While OM prepares to face a final sprint that promises to be tough, especially with a Europa Conference League final to go and a Ligue 1 podium to consolidate, Jorge Sampaoli said this Tuesday Addressed the question regarding summer transfer window of OM to. a press conference.

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“Parallel to the matches, we work with scouts, staff, we talk with David Frio and Pablo Longoria. We talk a lot about preparations for next season and names that suit our style of play Will leave. The most important thing is to keep the base and add three or four players who can raise our level”, the Argentine coach detailed to the press, on the eve of Nantes’ reception in Ligue 1. , this Wednesday at 9 p.m. (33rd day).

“We always follow the players”

For now, there are many uncertainties and the end of the OM season will condition the next transfer window. Sampaoli continued, “It depends on whether we qualify for the Champions League or not. We will also have a meeting with the owner to propose his name. We are still following the players. We Will see with the President and the Sports Director.”

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After 32 league days, Marseille is in second place, three points ahead of Rennes (third) and five points ahead of Nice (fourth). At the same time, Fokkens will next challenge Feyenoord Rotterdam in the Europa Conference League on 28 April (GO) and 5 May (Back).

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