It's music to all Spurs fans ears, another club in interested in Moussa Sissoko. Crystal Palace have been mentioned, Ronald Koeman clearly wanted him at Everton so is likely to come looking in the summer, PSG have been mentioned and with him being French he'd help their home grown quota in much the same way Benjamin Stambouli did, Italian sides AC Milan and Juventus, now Marseille has been suggested as a destination.
A report in Italian news outlet TMW suggests that Olympique Marseille has 100 million euros (£84.87m - AUS$141.49m - US$106.04m) to invest and want to bring 27-year-old (28 in august) French international midfielder Moussa Sissoko back to Ligue 1.
Also on their shopping list are Arsenal pair 31-year-old (32 in September) French international centre-back and vice-captain Laurent Koscielny together with 30-year-old (31 in September) French international striker Olivier Giroud.
Sissoko has a contract with us until June 2021 but as we only pay a fee for each year we keep him in addition to the initial up-front fee his departure looks certain, especially as meeting are planned between his agent and the club to agree on an exit strategy.
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