Kamara is set to be in demand from January, when he can sign a pre-contractual agreement with another club due to his deal at Marseille expiring in the summer.


Marseille have failed to convince him to sign a new deal so far, but are not giving up and intensified contacts with his camp recently.



A free transfer move in the summer appears the most likely for the 22-year-old and Newcastle, who chased him in the summer, have kept lines of communication open.


The club’s ownership has changed since they tried to sign Kamara, but their interest has survived the takeover and they are still keen on the Frenchman.



Wolves tried to sign him last summer too and could still be interested, while one of the traditional top four sides in the Premier League are considering him as an option.


Bayern Munich appreciate his abilities, while Barcelona are interested given their financial situation makes splashing out big transfer fees a tough matter.



Marseille currently sit in second in the Ligue 1 table, but are 13 points adrift of leaders Paris Saint-Germain, who have lost just once this term.