OM doesn’t want it anymore, he’s coming back


By: Manu Tournoux

Vagueness reigns around the future of Brazilian international from Olympique de Marseille Luis Henrique.

For Luis Henrique, the future at Olympique de Marseille is increasingly uncertain. Loaned for six months by the Marseille club to Botafogo, the Brazilian international will make his return to Canebière this winter. But his agent, Cristiano Manica, told l’Equipe that the 22-year-old striker had not yet made a decision on his future.

“We don’t know what Luis wants to do,” said the player’s representative. We also don’t know if OM really want his return, despite still having a year and a half on his contract. It’s hard to know what will happen. For the moment it is not clear. »

Olympian leaders, for their part, could also be forced to review their copy. Indeed, although OM may be tempted to part with the Auriverde wisp, under contract until June 2023, in the event of an offer deemed interesting, it could also keep him in order to compensate for the departures of Senegalese internationals Iliman Ndiaye and Ismaïla Sarr with a view to the next CAN 2024 in Ivory Coast.

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