CAMARA SET FOR L'OM MOVE
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Camara has been out of favour at the Stade Velodrome in recent weeks, and given l'OM's current financial plight he is heading for the exit door.
The 22-year-old could be one of a trio of players set for a departure from the south coast as l'OM seek to ease their cash crisis which is seeing them lose around £150,000 every month.
Chairman Etienne Ceccaldi has confirmed that players will have to be sold to balance the books, and with Camara almost offloaded before the start of the season, he is an ideal candidate to leave the club.
"Nothing surprises me anymore with this club, not after they negotiated my transfer to Rennes in the summer without talking to me," said Camara.
"They could leave me out of the team to force me to leave, but I'm not really pleased as I always give my best."
In a further development at the Stade Velodrome, Ceccaldi has lodged a complaint of suspicious financial dealings when Pierre Dubiton was the club's financial chairman.
However, Ceccaldi has a very poor relationship with L'OM association with which Dubiton plays a part.