Cameroon Defender Open To Summer Move
Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham have been alerted after Marseille defender Nicolas N’Koulou has admitted he will leave this summer if a suitable offer comes in
Despite the transfer window being closed there is still plenty of gossip doing the rounds in the newspapers so we’ll keep you up-to-date with the latest transfer rumours. Today, Nicolas N’Koulou admits he could leave Marseille.
Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham have been alerted to the news that Marseille defender Nicolas N’Koulou has admitted he will leave this summer if a suitable offer comes in, according to Sky Sports.
The Cameroon international joined Marseille from Monaco in 2011 and has become a regular in the starting eleven, with his hugely impressive displays at the back earning himself a reputation as one of the best defenders in Ligue 1.
It seems his impressive form hasn’t gone unnoticed in the Premier League with Sky Sports claiming Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham are among the clubs chasing the highly-rated full-back.
The trio have now been boosted after the defender admitted he and the club are in agreement that he will move on this summer if a suitable offer comes in. N’Koulou told Sky Sports:
“The club and me are together on my future. If they receive an offer they can’t refuse, then we will have to part company.
“Marseille is a great club and I love playing for them. They are part of my life.”
N’Koulou is not only a regular with Marseille but he’s also broken into the Cameroon national team and has 36 caps to his name already, despite his relatively young age, so he’d bring with him plenty of experience if he did end up coming to the Premier League this summer.
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