According to Gazzetta dello Sport, OM would be very interested in the young striker of Sassuolo, Giacomo Raspadori (21), retained with Italy to play the Euro. But the competition is very strong.
A new track in attack for OM. According to Gazzetta dello Sport, the Marseille club is part of the long list of courtiers to recruit the young striker, Giacomo Raspadori (21), striker of Sassuolo. Holder during the quarter-final of the Euro Espoirs lost by Italy to Portugal (5-3) on Monday, he was called up with the A the next day to participate in the Euro. The coach Roberto Mancini called him when he has no cape.
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The player has a big odds on the market since he is at the heart of a duel between the two Milan clubs, AC and Inter. But the rivals of Lombardy are not alone at the time since “Marseille and Leipzig are also in the race”, specifies the Italian sports daily.
Trained in Sassuolo, Raspadori can evolve as a point but also as a left winger even if he has more often been aligned in the axis this season. His elusive support (1.72m) made him a player widely used by Roberto De Zerbi (27 games, 6 goals). The club secured its future last November by signing a contract until 2024. These are all criteria that could inflate its price, just like its approaching Italian international status.
Longoria reportedly made an offer in January
But Marseille is one of the quite eye-catching courtiers since Pablo Longoria, Olympian president, would have made an offer to recruit him last January. The young leader is well acquainted with the mysteries of Sassuolo, where he passed as director of recruitment. According to the Gazzetta, he would have offered 10 million euros to the Neroverdi. Refuse.
Engaged in an overhaul of the workforce, OM are aiming for reinforcements in attack while doubt hangs over the future of Arkadiusz Milik. Valère Germain has left the club and Dario Benedetto will not be selected in the event of an offer. The Raspadori file promises to be very competitive. Sassuolo also retains the hope of retaining his player.