Seriously injured in the knee, Amine Harit should not play the rest of the season with Olympique de Marseille. To replace him, Pablo Longoria would have ticked the name of a young Moroccan attacking midfielder.
With the departure of Gerson to Flamengo and the prolonged absence of‘Amine HaritPablo Longoria will be in need of recruiting an offensive element during this winter transfer window 2022. Ilias Chair would be one of the tracks of the Spanish president according to the Atalas Lions.
Ilias Chair tracked by Pablo Longoria
The Moroccan attacking midfielder plays at Queen Park Ranger and would be closely followed by the management of OM. The specialized media values him at 10 million euros, but it still seems difficult to dislodge him from QPR where he would have “star” status.
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Chair was called up to play for Morocco at the World Cup in Qatar. There is no doubt that he will be watched closely by Pablo Longoria, Javier Ribalta and David Friio during the competition which will begin this Wednesday against Croatia for the compatriots of Amine Harit.
Ilias Chair towards Ligue 1? – 🦁
Ilias Chair, attacking midfielder of Queens Park Ranger is closely followed by the French club Olympique de Marseille….
— Atlas Lions (@lionsdelatlass) November 20, 2022
It will be a priority for us to take an attacking player this winter
“First of all, my thoughts are with Amine. He is better off morally. It’s a blow for the club, it means a lot to the locker room. He is someone we appreciate, for his level on and off the pitch. If we sell Gerson and we lose Harit, and the tendency is that he misses the whole season, yes it will be a priority for us to take an offensive player this winter. » Pablo Longoria – source: Press conference (15/11/2022)
#longoria on Amine #Harit “I have thoughts for him. It’s a blow for the club and for the player. He is very important to us, what he represents for the locker room and what he gives to the atmosphere… He is very appreciated for his football and his human level” #OM #ConfOM
– Marseille Football Club (@FCMarseille) November 15, 2022