Roma are reportedly monitoring the situation around Marseille midfielder Boubacar Kamara. The player’s contract with the French giants is set to expire in June and the 22-year-old does not plan on renewing it anytime soon.
The midfielder has been linked with the Giallorossi several times over the past few weeks as an exit in January is still not to be excluded, despite the player drawing interest from numerous clubs including West Ham and Newcastle United.
Kamara was recently interviewed by Amazon following Marseille’s 1-1 draw against Lille. The youngster briefly spoke about his future, keeping the door open for a January exit.
On whether he will finish the season with Marseille, Kamara replied:
“My contract ends in June and I will do all I can for the team to achieve its goal, the Champions’ League, if I stay.”
“Aside from that during the transfer window, everything is possible.”
Meanwhile Jose Mourinho said in the pre-match press conference to Roma-Cagliari that a third signing is unlikely to happen in January, but Roma are keeping their eyes open nonetheless.