It’s decided, a defender soon to return to Marseille

Clearly, OM is having a hard time getting rid of some undesirables. Loaned to Getafe, Jordan Amavi is preparing to return to Marseille.

OM’s priority during the next winter transfer window will undoubtedly be to reduce its plethoric workforce. Eliminated from all European competitions, the Marseille club aims to get rid of certain players. The objective of the Marseille management is to lower its payroll and bail out the club’s coffers which are not looking good. It is in this perspective that Gerson, Luis Suarez or even Pape Gueye appear on the list of potential starters for Olympique de Marseille.

OM Mercato: Jordan Amavi towards a return to Marseille

In the meantime, OM risk seeing some of their players on loan this season return earlier than expected. This is particularly the case of Jordan Amavi. Sent to Getafe during the last summer transfer window, the French left side hoped to relaunch in the Spanish championship. But things don’t go as he hoped. Since his arrival in Getafe, the former defender of OGC Nice has not been convincing, with a record of five games played in all competitions this season.

Worse, according to the daily Sportthe management of Getafe wishes to dismiss Jordan Amavi in Marseilles in the coming weeks. And for good reason, the Spanish club wants to project itself on a new left side. The premature departure of the French would then free up a place internally for his future replacement. This decision by Getafe is bad news for the Phocaeans, who will have to find a solution for this undesirable.

As relayed by Football on 7, the owner of Marseille, Frank McCourt, recently warned Pablo Longoria that it takes cash to relieve the club’s finances a little. This remains an imperative for the management of OM. It would therefore not be surprising to see Jordan Amavi return to Marseille this winter, before taking a new destination. It remains to be seen which suitor will come forward for his transfer. For now, the native of Toulon is under contract until June 2025 with Olympique de Marseille.

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