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Arsenal, Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund are all interested in a young Marseille sensation.
French newspaper L’Equipe (via The Sun) claim that centre-back Boubacar Kamara has yet to play a single minute for Les Phoceens’ A team, and is set to earn a first big deal, worth €12.000 a month.
The French paper also reveals that Pep Guardiola’s team has attempted an innovative way of recruiting the 17-year-old: they’ve contacted him on the Facetime! They’re also ready to match and improve the local sensation’s new offer.
There’s a problem, however. Now owned by Franck McCourt, Marseille are set to become big spenders, having been linked with the likes of Geoffrey Kondogbia for over €30m, having already brought in former Roma Coach and Ligue 1 Champions Rudi Garcia to manage the side.
All three courting parties are, however, known for working with youngsters, whether it’s Arsene Wenger, Pep Guardiola or Thomas Tuchel, who is starting American teenager Christian Pulisic, and getting some great results, too.