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5 Premier League clubs pay close attention to Marseille striker Bamba Dieng

5 Premier League clubs pay close attention to Marseille striker Bamba Dieng

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Several Premier League clubs are watching Marseille striker Bamba Dieng, who was on the verge of a planned move to Leeds and Nice in the summer until both fell through.

Dieng had to move in the summer due to medical concerns. He then missed Marseille’s start of the season but has since recovered and was part of the Senegalese squad that reached the knockout stages of the 2022 World Cup last month.

The 22-year-old came off the bench in all four games and scored in the win against hosts Qatar.

90min understand Marseille will offer Bamba Dieng a new deal after entering the final 18 months of his current contract, although a Premier League transfer could be on the cards instead.

There are as many as five English clubs eyeing Dieng with a view to potentially bringing him to the Premier League before the January window closes.

After Patrick Bamford once again struggled for fitness and form this season, Leeds have reignited interest in Dieng, who originally moved to Europe from Senegal’s Diambars in 2020.

But they’re not the only ones chasing the striker as Crystal Palace, West Ham, Leicester and Everton are all keeping their eyes on him. Crystal Palace, West Ham and Everton in particular have all struggled to score this season, all averaging one or fewer goals per game in the Premier League.

Now hear how Scott Saunders host Graem Bailey and Toby Cudworth in the latest episode of Talking Transfers. This week they discuss Man Utd’s interest in Mohammed Kudus, Enzo Fernandez and Chelsea, Jude Bellingham’s decision and Mykhaylo Mudryk’s preferred move. Available on all audio platforms.

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