Le Parisien is reporting that Marseille plan to sell up to three high-profile players to league rivals Monaco at the end of the season.
The likes of Mathieu Valbuena, Steve Mandanda and Nicolas N’Koulou are all expected to leave in the summer, and the interesting thing is that all three players are on Monaco’s radar.
And with Marseille chairman Vincent Labrune convinced their league rivals will pay top dollar for the trio, he is hoping to see his star players make a switch to Stade Louis II.
According to Le Parisien, Labrune has been in contact with agent Jorge Mendes, who has close ties to Monaco leaders.
Marseille fans won’t be happy to hear about their chairman’s plans, but the club need money in order to rebuild the squad and they just want to sell to the highest bidder.
OM face the 2012 champions Montpellier on the road on Friday evening and they are 12/5 to claim maximum points.
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