Thursday, January 19, 2017

Marseille told to pay up for Ntep

Rennes chairman Rene Ruello has made it clear that star forward Paul-Georges Ntep will not be available on the cheap.

Even though his contract is due to expire in June, the forward wants les Bretons to earn some money from his sale and he is even ready to sign a new deal.

At the same time, Rennes are prepared to let him go, but only if their valuation of the player is matched.

Les Bretons president Rene Ruello has revealed that it will take a lot more than €7 million to secure the signature of the 24-year-old footballer.

“His price? It depends on what will be offered. At €7m, it not even worth (considering) it,” Ruello said on the Pleine Lucarne show on TVR.

It is believed that Marseille have made Ntep one of their primary targets for the January transfer window, but given their financial situation, OM could struggle to find an agreement with Rennes, that is unless les Bretons decide to lower their demands.

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