Marseille Want To Sign Kamada If Lazio Do Not Exercise His Two-Year Contract Extension

Even though it is still November, the transfer market is already showing signs of activity. Top European clubs are beginning to make moves. This is especially true in France, where Marseille is reportedly planning a significant overhaul after making several mistakes in the previous summer transfer window. The departures of Guendouzi and Sanchez, which were unexpected, had a significant impact on the team's performance.

France's mainstream media accuses President Longoria of neglecting to recruit suitable replacements. Their lackluster market performance has resulted in inconsistent results, which led to the removal of Marcelino and the appointment of Gattuso as head coach. Although OM is attempting to regain their footing, it is clear that they will need to make some strategic signings to improve and elevate their game for the upcoming year.

As per a report from Le10Sport, Marseille's management has shown interest in several players, with Daichi Kamada being one of their top picks. A few months ago, Longoria had already attempted to acquire the Japanese player's services, but Kamada ultimately decided to sign with Lazio instead. 

It was a rocky start to the season for the midfielder, who started the first few games but eventually fell down Sarri's pecking order. The former Eintracht player is under contract with Lazio until the end of the season, but the Biancoceleste have a two-year option worth roughly 3 million euros that may be exercised between May and June. Lotito now has the opportunity to secure his number 6 and put an end to transfer rumors. Much will be determined by Daichi's performance with Lazio and the player's desire.

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