The future of Roma transfer target Boubacar Kamara is expected to be resolved in the coming days, with odds increasing that he could leave Marseille in January.
According to L’Equipe, relations between Pablo Longoria, Marseille’s president, and the midfielder’s representatives reached an all-time low throughout the past few months.
The situation has slightly improved in recent weeks and the parties may begin discussions about parting ways in January. Kamara’s contract expires in June and Marseille want to avoid losing him on a free transfer.
The Giallorossi are waiting in the background to see how the situation evolves, but they could look to capitalise on the situation by exploiting the money Marseille owes to them for the deals involving Pau Lopez and Cengiz Ünder.