Amine Harit, recruited last summer at Olympique Marseille, has returned to the Bouches-du-Rhone, in the context of an interview conducted with the club’s official channel.
Entered the match in Auxerre
Very active in the transfer market, Olympique de Marseille has completed its summer recruitment by securing the return of Amine Harit. The Moroccan attacking midfielder borrowed Schalke 04 last season, in the last hours of the transfer period in the form of a one-season loan with the option to buy, for an undisclosed amount. The 12th and final boost to the workforce coached by Igor Tudor, after Jordan Veretot, Luis Suarez, Jonathan Claus, Isaac Toure, Chancel Mbemba, Alexis Sanchez, Nuno Tavares, Issa Kabore, Ruben Blanco, Samuel Gigot and Eric Bailly, the honorary adult player of the The 25-year-old made his first minutes of the 2022-2023 season last Saturday in Auxerre (2-0, the sixth day of Ligue 1), replacing Luis Suarez in the 81st minute of play.
“There have been ups and downs.”
In an interview with the club’s official media, the former Nantes player explained the reasons that prompted him to return to La Canebière Stadium, after 34 matches he played in 2021-2022. “It’s a joy and a pride. I had this unfinished taste after a great last season. Coming back here at home is a great good for me (…) I knew there was a great opportunity to leave Schalke 04. Going back to Marseille is what I want. She was there. Ups and downs. It wasn’t an easy season personally. She lived through all those feelings, it was something memorable. I wanted those feelings back. It’s a very emotional club and that’s what I’m looking for.” Amin Harit is now in the running for the shockwave at Tottenham Hotspur, this Wednesday as part of the first day of the Champions League group stage.