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Operation Clean Hands is raging more: French police are investigating transfer Anthony Limbombe

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The French police has serious doubts about the transfer of Anthony Limbombe last summer from Club Brugge to FC Nantes. Reports that the French sports L’equipe. When that transfer would Limbombes tekenbonus of three million euros for the half in the pockets of Mogi Bayat, his agent, had landed. Bayat would also be a transfer to Huddersfield have been stopped and Club Brugge, as a few million have cost.

It’s already been announced that Limbombe statements had made about Fabien Camus, who through the transfer and as an agent of Mogi Bayat about 455,000 worth of euros earned. Partly because the conversation was Camus released by the court. The police of Nantes asked the short Red Devil at the beginning of november.

Expensive transfer to Huddersfield ricochets off

Bayat was at that time in custody in Hasselt. With the spacious tekenvergoeding that Bayat received, would Limbombe and his broker to the French law, circumvented. Which states that agents only have a maximum of ten percent may be collected on a transferbedrag. By the half of the tekenbonus to, Bayat a substantial additional sum to have been able to claim.

But there is more. Christian Negouai, ex-player of Standard and long the agent of Limbombe, negotiated this summer with Huddersfield and would Limbombe for 15 million euro’s to England may have brought. Limbombe had at the same time, however, a deal with football agent Dirk De Vriese, who is linking with Bayat. Huddersfield withdrew, making Limbombe eventually for a much lower transfer fee to Nantes left. Club Brugge went on that way, millions of euro’s wrong.

Weak season

Nantes president Waldemar Kita responded already in the negative on the case. “There was from our side, no bonus is paid to the broker. We have, however, a certain amount is paid to the player, that we don’t need to justify.”

The 24-year-old Limbombe was last summer with a transfer fee of around eight (to ten) million euros, the most expensive transfer ever of FC Nantes. Provisionally, it was his transition, however, still no crit. The winger came in twelve official duels to one assist and no goal. Nantes camping is currently at a disappointing fourteenth place. According to

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