Olympique Marseille are set to use an option to buy on-loan goalkeeper Pao Lopez from Roma.
The 27-year-old has move to Ligue 1 this season on loan with an option to buy based on appearances. Which recently referred to the pole as the 20th game of all items for “OM” is consider to have met such conditions
According to Corriere dello Sport. Marseille is prepare to pay €12 million to buy Lopez from Roma. Saying the figure is within the budget for next season’s reinforcements. of the team
Lopez has been brought in as the main goalkeeper in Jorge Sampaoli’s squad. Replacing Steve Mandanda. Who is 36 despite having a contract. With the club until 2024 either way.
As reported by Corriere dello Sport, Marseille will now pay Roma €12m for Pau Lopez. Which will be include in next season’s budget. Giving the team some extra funds to work with in the summer.
The Spanish goalkeeper has been a mainstay in Jorge Sampaoli’s Marseille squad this season, quickly replacing veteran Steve Mandanda in the starting 11. He has shone in the south of France, with his strong distribution skills being key in the team’s build-up play. He struggled to find his footing with Roma.