Fiorentina join Roma and Milan in the race to sign 23-year-old Olympiacos midfielder Mohamed Mady Camara, Football Italia have learned.
Words: Nima Tavallaey Roodsari
The former Ajaccio defensive midfielder has been in excellent form this season, featuring 46 times across all competitions for the Greek giants, scoring six times and making three assists. This has prompted a host of Serie A clubs to consider signing the Guinea international this summer.
Football Italia can exclusively reveal that in recent weeks the player's agent has already been to Italy and met with representatives for both Roma and Milan, to discuss a possible transfer.
Olympiacos want at least €15m to part ways with Camara, whilst Milan and Roma aren't prepared or able to make an offer beyond €7-8m.
This has left the door open for Fiorentina to step in and the Viola are prepared to make an offer around €9-10 million to sign the midfielder, who has to date featured 11 times for the Guinean national team.
Football Italia contacted Camara's agent, who declined to comment on these specific clubs, but confirmed that “many clubs in Italy have shown an interest. Teams who are interested will need to find an agreement with Olympiacos, which is for me not an impossibility.”
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