Fabien Camus is after paying a security deposit under the terms and conditions released, reports La Dernière Heure. The footballer was questioned about his role in the transfer of Anthony Limbombe of Club Brugge to Nantes.
A week and a half ago seemed to Camus to will release by paying a deposit of 20,000 euros, but the federal public prosecutor’s office went against that conditional release appeal. Now it is so far, as confirmed by lawyer Didier De Quevy to La Dernière Heure. “The deposit was Wednesday morning paid”, he stated. Normally, had the ex-player of Antwerp and Genk tomorrow for the chamber of incrimination to appear, which would decide on his further detention.
Camus last year, was still active as a player at KV Mechelen, but since last summer without the club. He admitted that he was the middleman acted between broker Mogi Bayat and former Club Brugge player Anthony Limbombe with the transfer of the latter to the French club FC Nantes.
According to Camus, had the Bayat to him, and a commission promised to transfer, but he denies that he ever actually received. Camus indicates, moreover, that he in return to Bayat a luxehorloge of 6.800 euros gift did. This is remarkable, since the net Bayat was suspected luxehorloges to share as a lubricant for all kinds of transferdeals.