Slimani: destination golf?

Islam Slimani should not continue the adventure with Sporting Portugal for another season. Unlike his trainer Ruben Amorim, his departure is imminent, but he should not stay in Europe because of his salary. He could bounce back in one of the Golf countries’ championships.

Islam Slimani is having a hard time with his situation at Sporting Portugal. After verbally clashing with his coach Ruben Amorim a few weeks ago, the latter ended up dismissing him from the match against Tandella. The relationship between them has completely deteriorated in recent weeks after the manager blamed his player for his declining form due to fasting during the month of Ramadan. Suddenly, he had him removed from his plans since he did not retain him for the last two games. Worse still, the Algerian striker has not trained with his teammates for several days, contenting himself with solo work on the sidelines of the group.

Taking advantage of the two days off given by coach Ruben Amorim to the players at the start of the current week, “Super Slim” flew to Paris to meet his agent to discuss his future. While his departure is imminent, the player would have asked his agent to start looking for a club that he will join from the next summer transfer window. Back in Lisbon, he continues to train on the sidelines of the group until his fate is definitively sealed.

Will “Super Slim” end his golf career?

Announced therefore, the Portuguese media have opened the doors to speculation as to the future destination of the national team’s top scorer. They rule out the possibility of seeing him stay in Europe because of his high salary but also given his advanced age (33 years old).

According to the Portuguese media, the player is on track to join one of the championships of the Gulf countries, namely Qatar, the United Arab Emirates or Saudi Arabia. Only these clubs are able to respond favorably to his salary claims.

Known to be a very ambitious player, and despite his advanced age, Islam Slimani wants to stay in Europe for purely sporting reasons. It remains to be seen now whether he will make financial sacrifices to join a European club from the next summer transfer window. A club that will allow him above all to bounce back and thus relaunch his career after a “failed return” to Sporting Portugal for non-sporting reasons.

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