Newsbreak reports that Olympique Marseille have announced the signing of defender Isaak Toure from Le Havre.
After a successful medical at Stade Velodrome, the 19-year-old penned a five-year contract with the Ligue 1 side – which will keep him at the club until 2027.
“Olympique de Marseille today announced the signing of French U19 international Isaak Toure from Le Havre Athletic Club,” a statement from the club website read.
“The 19-year-old defender has committed until 30 June 2027 with the club after the success of his medical examination.
“At 19, he is already endowed with a natural leadership: captain of the U19 France team, he played the Euro in Slovakia with Landry Chauvin’s Blueberries this summer.
“Isaak is a naturally robust player and very comfortable in the air. His power and solidity in duels as well as his qualities in recovery and anticipation, make him a player with very high potential.
“He will put all his energy and talent at his disposal to enable the club to achieve its goals.”
With this transfer, he becomes the fifth African in Marseille’s squad. The others being Amine Harit (Morocco), Bamba Dieng (Senegal), Cedric Bakambu (Congo), and Pape Gueye (Senegal).