L’Equipe: Marseille worried about lack of offers for Milan target – asking price cut to €15m

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have been given a boost in their reported pursuit of Boubacar Kamara as Marseille may accept a cut-price fee, a report claims.

L’Equipe (via MilanNews) reported recently that Milan are willing to put €12m plus bonuses on the table to land one of their major midfield targets in Kamara, despite the fact he is valued much higher by sources like Transfermarkt (€37m).

Journalist Romain Canuti then claimed that Milan have ‘seriously approached’ Boubacar Kamara and the midfielder beginning to ask himself if it is worth continuing his career in Serie A, implying there is a temptation on the part of the player.

As reported by the French newspaper L’Equipe (via MilanNews), the situation surrounding Kamara is worrying the Marseille management. The Ligue 1 club need to sell but they have not yet received concrete and official offers for the midfielder. As such, they would be willing to lower the demands to €15m including bonuses.

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