La polémique ne désenfle pas autour de l’arrivée de Veretout

La polémique ne désenfle pas autour de l’arrivée de Veretout

Jordan Veretout would indeed be tracked by Olympique de Marseille. Asked about this, Pablo Longoria does not seem to be affected by the controversy that exists around the player.

For several weeks, the name of Jordan Veretout has revolved around Olympique de Marseille. However, supporters have brought out a court case concerning the midfielder who allegedly paid the legal fees of his wife’s father, accused of incestuous pedophilia.

Some Marseille supporters do not take off

The moral charge of this accusation challenged the supporters of Olympique de Marseille who do not recognize this player. On social networks, they did not hesitate to show their dissatisfaction with this track leading to the AS Roma player.

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Pablo Longoria therefore made a point on this subject at a press conference (see below) but the controversy is not empty. On the contrary, the statements of the president of OM even set fire to the powder.

A rumour, social networks… Is it morally acceptable? — Longoria

At a press conference this Wednesday for the presentation of Jonathan Clauss, Ruben Blanco, Nuno Tavares and Luis Suarez, Pablo Longoria was also asked about the follow-up to recruitment at Olympique de Marseille and in particular about the bad buzz around the probable arrival. by Jordan Veretout.

“Veretout, is he doomed? I can also make assumptions about things… Naturally in life, you have to have values. A rumour, social networks… Is it morally acceptable? We are happy with our Mercato. We have more players than necessary, we would like to have 22 players with 2 goalkeepers. We need players. You also have to get a few out. Some are getting closer… It’s open until 31/08. Veretout is a very high level player. Alexis Sanchez, you have to look at his history, he has won in all the countries where he has played… They are players under contract with other clubs and we have to respect them” Paul Longori – Source: Press conference (03/08/22)

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