Marseille’s centre-back Boubacar Kamara is being scouted by Manchester City and is said to be one of their potential target.
Boubacar Kamara, the 20-year-old youngster is attracting interests of big clubs ahead of this summer. Although so young, the defender has now completed 3 years first-team experience under his belt at the Ligue 1 side and is well equipped to play for a big club.
According to Sunday Express, Manchester City are waiting for French season to be suspended and will then consider Marseille’s resolve in getting the centre-back.
Olympique de Marseille rated Kamara at around £28million and given the financial crisis the club is going through, it will be easy for City to snatch a deal.
The problems of not having a regular centre-back substitute has led Manchester City to crisis already and it soon has to be recovered if the Champions want to retain their title.
Kamara is assumed to be wanting to move in the Premier League at some stage in his career and to get into a team like Manchester City at such a young age will be a dream come true. The youngster is also being tapped by teams like Real Madrid and Chelsea who will give the Premier League Champions a sweat for their money.