Foot Mercato are reporting that Marseille president Pablo Longoria once again met Isaak Touré’s (19) representatives on Sunday, in a bid to lure the Le Havre defender to the Orange Vélodrome.
Marseille were first reported to be interested in the French U19 international back in April, and according to Foot Mercato, Longoria re-established contact with the player’s representatives in the “last hours.”
As well as Marseille, Manchester City, Newcastle, Frankfurt and Lyon are also interested in a player that accumulated 17 Ligue 2 appearances for Le Havre last season.
It is thought that Touré is keen to make a decision soon, as he wishes to have sorted his future before heading off to represent the French side at the U19 European Championship, which begins in Slovakia on 18th June.
Foot Mercato are reporting that Marseille are “a bit late on the deal,” but Longoria is pushing for Touré, as his latest meeting with the player’s representatives prooves. It is expected that Touré would cost between €5-7m.