Mercato OM: 3 Italian files closed?  A new open?

Mercato OM: 3 Italian files closed? A new open?

With the recruitment of Igor Tudor, Italian rumors are multiplying. While several tracks seem improbable, the new Marseille coach would be tempted by one of his former elements at Hellas Verona…

Orazio Accomando, journalist for the DAZN media, says that the Mertens, Dybala and Vecino files are not open on the OM side. On the other hand, even if no negotiation has been initiated, Igor Tudor would like to recover his former striker Antonin Barak. The 27-year-old attacking midfielder is a Czech international, he still has two years of contract with Hellas Verona. This 1m90 player scored 11 goals last season…

Mertens, Dybala and Vecino not targeted, Tudor thinks of Barak?

EXCLUSIVE: Tudor wants Barak, also courted by Napoli. The Olympian club wants to set up a solid team that respects the economic means of OM. Mertens and especially Dybala are not goals and there is no negotiation with them. (…) On Barack there is the natural appreciation of You sleep but there is no negotiation between OM and Hellas Verona. Just like there’s no interest in Vecino! » Orazio Accomando – source: Twitter (06/07/2022)

They will go on loans, on opportunities, on free players – Le Mée

“I would say that it is better to take Spaniards and Italians than English to lead a football club. So people perceive it well because it’s people who know the ball. At the exit, you see the results, necessarily everything is not perfect, there are players who work there are players who don’t work. You can make the list of players who have been paid dearly for nothing, Lirola etc…or the list of players who have performed well. The goal is to achieve a result, the club has been in the Champions League for a long time. The president after three balance sheets at minus 80 million, he had to return to the Champions League to be able to pay a little bit what he had committed in terms of money. That’s why I think they won’t splurge. I spoke with Pablo about ten days ago, they won’t splurge on transfer fee prices. They will go on loans, on opportunities, on free players. They’re going to be in a hyper aggressive market and today you have a lot to do, given the market, you manage to find players and make good deals. Afterwards, when you don’t have the money, you don’t have a choice and so they have to work that way. Ribalta knows half of Europe and Longoria the other half so it’s not a real connection or network problem today. The trick is to arrive first on the files and to manage to convince the players to come. » Yvan Le Mee source: RMC (16/06/2022)

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