Free next June, Valère Germain will leave OM and test his rating on the transfer market. The 31-year-old striker told Canal + Sport this Saturday that he would see himself trying his luck abroad.
Big loser of the arrival of Jorge Sampaoli, Valère Germain did not play a single minute under the orders of the Argentine coach in Ligue 1. It is from the sidelines that the striker is content to see the OM continue to recover in the league.
“OM is going well today so there is no interest for the coach to change the system. I understand that very well, said Valère Germain for Canal + Sport. As long as OM wins it is the most important.”
A complicated situation which will mark the end of his adventure with the Marseille club. Arrived in 2017 and free next June, Valère Germain will leave his hometown at the end of the season. And if possible to take up a new challenge abroad.
“I do not want to stop, immediately assured the player trained in Monaco. I want to start again on a great project. It was a great experience in Marseille and I enjoyed it a lot. will see what the future holds for me. I hope to discover the foreigner because it would be a beautiful experience of life. It could be interesting for me and my family to discover a new championship. We will see. I do not know yet where I am will be next year and can’t wait to find out. “
The European Cup, “a lesser evil”
Provisional fifth in the standings after their great victory in Reims (1-3) this Friday, OM are still fighting for Europe. Hanging on the Conference League and especially the Europa League, this is the last goal of Valère Germain before leaving Marseille.
“At the start of the season, the objective was to re-qualify for the Champions League. Unfortunately we had a first part of the season and in particular a not very good month of January which put us off the race for the Champions League. champions, has further analyzed the striker passed through Nice and ASM. Now the lesser harm would be to qualify for this European Cup and that OM continue to play this competition which is important for the players and the project of club.”
It remains to be seen whether the 31-year-old striker will be entitled to one last match before leaving. It’s up to Jorge Sampaoli to decide.