Marseille midfielder Boubacar Kamara has revealed that he has not yet made any decision regarding his future amid constant links with a move to AC Milan.
Kamara is currently under contract with Olympique Marseille until June 2022 which means it will expire at the end of the season, and the 21-year-old midfielder – who can also play as a centre-back if needed – continues to be mentioned as a target for both Juventus and Milan in the Italian media.
He was asked about his future and shifted the responsibility onto his agent in terms of managing offers, but he acknowledged the interest of various clubs and admitted a desire to win trophies.
“He is my representative who manages all this, the offers are confidential. It is not up to me to express myself now, I’m still thinking about it. When I make a decision you will be the first to know. What I want most of all is to keep working, progress and win trophies,” he said (via MilanNews).
MilanNews reported last week that Kamara has been in the sights of the Rossoneri management since last year and certainly represents an option to replace Franck Kessie. They also stated that player is actively pushing to move to Milan via his agents, and the interest in mutual because Maldini and Massara like him.