If it depended only on Olympique de Marseille and the Polish striker, the latter would probably already be training under the orders of André Villas-Boas. Only, as in any operation, there is a third part: Naples. And in this case, it is clear that the leaders of the Italian team are doing nothing to facilitate things.
The agreement between the Phocéens and the player has been found for a long time already, while between the two clubs, we also seem to have more or less agreed on a loan with an option to buy of around 8 million euros + a few additional millions in the form of bonuses, as well as a resale percentage of around 25%. A percentage that will only apply in the event of a resale greater than 8 million.
The player disagrees with Napoli on two points
But above all, the player had to come to an understanding with his current club to extend his contract before heading to Marseille. This is the condition for Naples to agree to sell it now. And as explained RMC Sport, it does not really advance on this side. Firstly, because the player does not want to return to Napoli at the end of his loan, in case OM were not to exercise their purchase option at the end of the season. Put away by management, he no longer wants to hear about the Italian club.
Then, he wants De Laurentiis to withdraw two complaints, the first linked to a rebellion of the workforce a year ago, when the Neapolitan president had wanted to impose a greening on the players. The latter, against this idea, had organized a mutiny, as mentioned this morning. The following is linked to a story of image rights, again according to the radio. Suffice to say that on the side of OM, we will have to cross our fingers for everything to work out. Otherwise, we will have to wait until June, with the risk that another club will interfere in this complicated file.
Source: Foot Mercato : Info Transferts Football – Actu Foot Transfert by www.footmercato.net.
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