Matteo Guendouzi could be on his way from Marseille with a number of offers from other clubs on the table, although neither party seem keen on a move happening during the January window.
Rather, a summer departure seems more likely, unless issues can be resolved.
By now, you’re probably wondering ‘why?’ After all, Guendouzi seems to be really enjoying his time with Marseille.
It looks like it could all stem back to the summer when Guendouzi was told he could leave after complaining about the new coach, Igor Tudor.
Tudor was appointed just three days after Guendouzi signed for Marseille under Jorge Sampaoli, who had been the 23-year-old’s manager when he was on loan.
Marseille’s president, Pablo Longoria, did not care about Guendouzi’s complaints about Tudor’s decisions during a friendly against AC Milan and told him he could leave if he didn’t like it.
Now, L’Equipe write that Guendouzi will discuss the issue with Marseille’s management.
Guendouzi is under contract until the end of the 24/25 season after signing a three year deal when Arsenal sold him for €11m.