Boubacar Kamara’s future at Marseille after this season remains uncertain, with his current deal expiring in 2022.
The midfielder’s decision to not sign a new deal so far has resulted in interest from Italy and England.
Recent reports in the UK press have indicated Manchester United are keeping tabs on the 22-year-old. The Red Devils are now joined by AC Milan and Juventus to monitor the player.
According to Calciomercato, the Rossoneri have identified the Frenchman as a target for next summer, when he will be available on a free transfer, if he refused to extend the deal with the Ligue 1 side.
Manchester United, ‘in the last few hours’, are ‘trying to gain position’ in the race for Jorge Sampaoli’s man. As per the report, the Premier League side are ‘studying overtaking’ Milan for a potential transfer.
The Old Trafford club appointed Ralf Rangnick as interim manager until the end of the season, after which he will work as a consultant for two years. It’s claimed Kamara’s profile, from both a physical and technical point of view, is ‘appreciated’ by the German.
With regards to United, ‘nothing has been decided yet’. The English club, however, ‘boast an economical potential’, greater than any Italian side. They could go-ahead and pay the fee for Kamara’s transfer in January, to make the Ligue 1 midfielder ‘inaccessible’ for Milan.