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OM, things get complicated for Pol Lirola

The leaders of Olympique de Marseille will face competition from Atalanta Bergamo in the Pol Lirola case.

Under contract with the Fiorentina until 2024, the 23-year-old right-back will have to wait a little longer before being fixed on his future. Wishing to remain within the Marseille club, after a six-month loan, the former right piston of the Juventus de Turin did not see its call option exercised by the executives of loon at the end of his loan. ” It’s not up to me, but I would love to stay, he had confided, a few months ago. We will come to the market. »

According to information from Sky Sport Italy, the Marseilles management would have formulated a last offer during the last hours. The French will, however, have to face competition from a new player in this matter. Atalanta is said to be on Pol Lirola’s footsteps. Having lost the services of Hans Hateboer, who was recently injured, the Bergamo team are looking for a reinforcement in defense and would favor the track leading to the Spaniard.

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