Enjoying life on loan at Marseille, you would have been forgiven to forget that Bafétimbi Gomis is still technically a Swansea player.
The French striker has provided the Ligue 1 club with the goalscoring outlet they were looking for, so far scoring six goals in nine appearances, as well as picking up an assist.
With big changes currently happening in the south of France (change of owner and manager), the player explained during a press conference, relayed by Goal.com, they didn’t really change anything or affect his future.
He said: “I’m on loan and invested at 200% in this Marseille project that has changed during my loan. We’ll see what happens at the end of the season, when the times comes.
“There is no international break and no transfer window at the moment, so there’s no chance of me leaving OM (and returning to Swansea). I’m very happy to be wearing this shirt and will complete the objective I set myself at the start of the season.”
Now managed by Rudi Garcia, a manager he knows from his time at Saint-Etienne when he was 14 years of age, the Swansea loanee is only thinking about Le Classique against Paris Saint-Germain, to be played on Sunday evening.
As he puts it: “Those kind of games are the reason why we play football”.