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Mercato: Bordeaux misses a transfer because of a theft of passport

2023-02-01T07:53:23.565Z


The Girondins hoped to recruit a striker. But the case fell through after the theft of the sports director's bag who, deprived of his


The identity of the player is not known.

We simply know that it is an attacker to replace Alberth Elis that the Girondins de Bordeaux wanted to recruit in the last hours of the transfer window in Ligue 2. But there is no longer much point in looking for his identity because the transfer will not take place. not.

Why ?

A simple problem: the theft of a bag.

The sporting director, Admar Lopes, had his bag stolen with all his documents, including his passport, inside.

He could not travel abroad to sign the agreement and the contract with the player in question and his entourage.

Ballot, because everything was settled until then.

Bordeaux suddenly ended the transfer window with only one arrival, that of international left winger Alexi Pitu (20 years old).

“The players (present) will have to take their responsibilities”

Alberth Elis, definitely recruited last summer from Boavista, signed up in the form of a loan with option to buy in Brest.

"I have no news, but I think that if we had a second recruit, I would have been informed," said coach David Guion just before the transfer window bell.

But I understood that there would not be a second.

We have players who are present and who will simply have to take their responsibilities.

We have to rely on the strengths we have in our group and I hope that the boys will reveal themselves, and that they will prove to us that we are right to trust them.

“Bordeaux is currently third in Ligue 2, 10 points behind the Le Havre leader but still in the race for a comeback.

Source: leparis

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