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At the end of June, OM announced the signing of Isaak Touré, whose transfer would be estimated at around €7m. Despite his 19 years, the central defender should bring a lot to the workforce of Igor Tudor according to those who worked with him during the first years of his career.
Whereas Guillaume Saliba returned to Arsenal this summer, theON of Paul Longori offered the services of a new central defender to compensate for his departure. Indeed, the Marseille club formalized the signing of Isaak Touré at the end of June. According to the latest information from Fabrice Romano, the 19-year-old crack would have been transferred from Le Havre for a sum close to €5.5 million, plus €1.5 million in bonuses, i.e. €7 million in total. And to believe Francois Rodrigues, Isaak Touré is a good pickaxe for theON due to its precocity. “When I arrived at the HAC, when I was told his age, I was flabbergasted. He was 14 and he was already two heads taller than everyone else. He made the difference with his size, he was faster and stronger than the others. As he progressed through the categories, he gradually became less effective offensively and he fell back”confided the director of the training center of the Le Havre, before deciding on what needs to be worked on Isaac Toure.
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“I had never seen such an athletic player before with such technique”
“He needs to be more effective on both surfaces. He hits a lot of balls with his head, but needs to improve in reading trajectories. And he will have to anticipate, because he lacks a bit of tone in the first 2 or 3 meters to respond to very fast attackers. But he is still very young. But he is calm. He has his head on his shoulders”added Francois Rodrigues, the director of the training center Le Havre, in comments reported by The team.
“He still has a little work to do, but he can do it in Marseille”
While he was training Isaac Toure to Haven, Paul Le Guen also validated his transfer toON. “He still has a bit of work to do, but he can do it in Marseille. He likes football, he likes to play and he likes to work, which will necessarily give him the opportunity to progress. He is a super technical 2.04m, and he has the sense of the game. I had never seen such an athletic player before with such technique “, ignited the former technician of the PSG.
“He has all the qualities to start in Ligue 1, but…”
Same story on the side of Landy Chauvin, despite a small caveat Isaac Toure. “He has all the qualities to be a starter in Ligue 1, but the only danger is this body that he must constantly maintain. He must take care of it all the time, and even outside of training sessions. It needs daily activity so that the machine does not get cold “warned the U19 coach of the France.