Algeria national team: Slimani coveted a Turkish club

Islam Soleimani Sporting will officially leave Portugal. It was coach Robin Amorim who put him on the launch list. The Portuguese club is studying the different offers they have received for the player. The latter could bounce back in another European Championship.

Islam Slimani made a failed return to Sporting Portugal in the last winter transfer window. After a successful start, he finally found himself out of his coach’s plans Robin Amorim. It was for non-sporting reasons because due to fasting the coach decided to dismiss the Algerian international striker.

Slimani is sure to leave Sporting Portugal. The young Portuguese technician decided to put him on the list of those released. During various media conferences, he stated to the press that “Super Slim” is no longer part of his plans for the next season. Faced with this situation, the top scorer in the history of the national team will have to find a resident club during the upcoming transfer window. Only, he is not the master of his own destiny by contracting with his resident club until 2023. Thus, the club he wants must go through the Lisbon administration to redeem his release.

Will Soleimani return to Fenerbahce?

Sporting Portugal is open to all suggestions. He is ready to consider any offer from an Arab or European club that wishes to offer the services of the Algerian international striker.

Despite the return stage far from expectations, the player arouses the envy. But the latter is not enthusiastic about joining an Arab club. He still wants to stay in Europe. Fenerbahce can help the citizen of Ibn Shiraga. In fact, he would be interested in his services. This information was reported by the Portuguese newspaper “Record” specialized in sports.

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“Sporting Portugal wants to secure a place for the player, in an attempt to make a sale that solves the problem. Another argument for the Lions is the high salary of the Algerian, which is currently 1.6 million net per year. The newspaper in question wrote. And to add: “There are two clubs interested in Slimani. They are the Saudi Crescent and Turkish Fenerbahce. But without anything concrete.

Islam Soleimani, 34, can still claim another trial in Europe. We hope that his move to the Turkish championship will materialize. A role model in a serious and ambitious footballer.

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