Never satisfied with the transfer market, Pablo Longoria is thinking of Alassane Plea in order to strengthen the OM attack.

Just days after completing Luis Suarez’s move from Granada, Pablo Longoria already has a new idea in mind for Olympique de Marseille‘s attack. According to information from L’Equipe, the Olympian president checked the name of Alassane Plea, at the end of his contract in June 2023 with Borussia Mönchengladbach. Recruited for 25 million euros from OGC Nice four years ago, the French international (1 selection) declined the German club’s extension offers and sees a return to Ligue 1 with a very good eye. . A boon for OM, who would like to recruit him if the opportunity arises in August. But before taking action to afford Alassane Plea, the PSG dolphin in 2021-2022 will have to sell one of his attackers: Milik, Bakambu, or Dieng.

In France, OGC Nice is also thinking of him. Lucien Favre, who contributed to the emergence of the player, would welcome his return to the Côte d’Azur. Like OM, the Gym must however manage to sell before a potential offensive for Alassane Pléa. And for good reason, the Riviera club already has Dolberg, Gouiri, and Delort in the attacking sector. For his part, the 29-year-old player is very interested in the idea of ​​returning to Ligue 1 and even more in a club qualified for a European Cup. In a corner of his head, Alassane Plea thinks of the World Cup, which he still hopes to play with the French team even if he is aware of starting from afar after a decent but uneventful season (10 goals, 8 assists). Valued at 8 million euros by Borussia Mönchengladbach because of his contractual situation, Alassane Pléa will be one of the bargains to be seized during the month of August. Be careful, OM and Nice will not have to delay because, in England, his profile is also pleasing. Everton are very attentive to their situation and could draw in the days to come.

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