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The end of the session for Soleimani in Sporting?

The end of the session for Soleimani in Sporting?

Islam Slimani, who was neglected by his coach during Sporting’s last two meetings, is likely to close his return to Sporting next summer, according to information from the Portuguese sports daily A Bola.

End the applause for Soleimani in the Faladi? Islam Slimani arrived last winter in the Portuguese capital to revive himself, and therefore he charmed all the followers of the Portuguese championship thanks to his outstanding performance on the front line in the attack of the defending champion. A comeback that has since earned him the Player of the Tournament title in March plus the compliments of his coach Ruben Amorim. The history of the winning comeback testifies to his stats: four goals and one assist were scored in nine matches of the Portuguese League. However, since his return from the selection, the tide certainly appears to have turned to the top scorer in the history of the Greens. In response to a question by Amorim about his lack of participation in training, Islam Slimani has since been disqualified for not participating in Sporting’s last two league matches. A complicated situation with complicated circumstances to define which nevertheless led to the exchange of pleasantries between the two men through overlapping public statements.

From now on, the idea of ​​leaving at the end of the season can no longer be ruled out for those who left their mark on Alvalade during his first spell at the club between 2013 and 2016. Information from the Portuguese sports daily A BolaIslam Slimani went to Paris yesterday to start discussions with his agent about his future at the club at the end of the current season. Thus, the break appears to have been definitively used up between Slimani and Amorim who does not include the former OL player in his plans for next season. Close to being the hero of an entire nation against Cameroon in Blida, Islam Slimani has since been living in a complicated situation. The former Leicester player’s contract with Sporting runs until June 2023.


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