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Mercato O.M.: Sampaoli does not let go of this objectionable Tudor!

Due to lack of playing time at Olympique Marseille, Gerson really wants to return to Brazil. According to TodoFichajes, Sampaoli does not let go and would like to recoup in Seville!

With the arrival of Igor Tudor, Gerson’s experience in Marseille soured. The Brazilian went from undisputed holder under the Argentine to playing just a few games with the new Croatian coach. This big change made him want to change clubs. Brazil’s Flamengo would like to bring him back, but the two clubs are struggling to come to an agreement.

Sevilla won’t let Gerson go

According to TodoFichajes in Spain, Sevilla FC appreciate Gerson’s profile. The midfielder could find his former coach Jorge Sampaoli there, whom he knew well from Olympique de Marseille. Only the Andalusian club is not the only one interested in this. In recent days, West Ham would also be sounding out the Brazilian clan to bring him back. To sell it, Pablo Longoria will require 20 million euros.

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No agreement with Flamengo, possible return of Gerson

Pablo Longoria invited journalists to a press conference at the RLD center on Tuesday to sum up the first part of the season. Our journalist Benjamin Courmes asked him about Gerson’s situation. The president confirmed negotiations with Flamengo, the player is allowed to leave for Brazil for personal reasons.

“We are negotiating with Flamengo. At the moment there is no agreement. The player is in Brazil with the consent of the club. You don’t play FIFA on Playstation. The players have an entourage, a life… But it happens that everything doesn’t fit together. Some players are more suited to certain coaches… We have changed a lot, coaches, players in OM… It’s difficult, not everyone adapts to it. The player’s desire is to return to Brazil. If there is no agreement, otherwise he must rejoin the group. » Pablo Longoria – source: Press conference (11/15/2022)

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