Saudi club Al Ta’ee threaten Keoulen Lamah after signing for Petrojet
The president of Saudi club Al Ta’ee has threatened Petrojet’s latest signing Keoulen Lamah after the player breached his agreement with the KSA first division side.
The Guinea midfielder joined Petrojet on a Bosman transfer on Thursday. This caused outrage among Al Ta’ee officials as the Saudi side had signed the player earlier in the summer transfer window and handed him an advance payment after his contract with Petroleum-based side ENPPI expired at the end of last season.
Additionally, Keoulen attended the Saudi club’s pre-season training camp in Turkey and also participated in some of their friendlies before heading for his international duty with Guinea in the World Cup qualifiers, but he never came back.
“Keoulen ignored all Al Ta’ee calls and fled the club. I was left astonished by Petrojet’s announcement of signing Keoulen whom we signed with a binding contract,” club chairman Nasser Al Hamad said.
“We will take all the necessary proceedings for the player to receive the most severe punishment and so we can get recompensed financially and morally for all the damage that will occur after his fleeing,” he added.
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