LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of February 24, 2020 The situation, after the whole weekend and part of Monday, has not changed. Nor has a deadline been given. In Las Rozas the message is the same: it will be resolved quickly. Meanwhile, the Leganés still does not know if he can sign and, therefore, has not taken steps in any direction, since, if the RFEF gave the green light to an extraordinary reinforcement, the path of the player without equipment would be discarded. Only if the RFEF rejected the requirement of the pickles, would the possibility of signing a free player be activated.From pessimism to waitingFederal sources and close to the Leganés environment are pessimistic about what will happen. They intuit that the RFEF will deny the club that extra signing. However, that the days go by without response feed, even slightly, the hope for Butarque. To the south of the capital they expect that, after such a delay, at least the response will be positive. The opposite would be a new obstacle to a season full of traps.To the south of the capital they insist that, even if they are right in this matter, the damage done by the march of Braithwaite is “irreparable”, as the president of the club, Victoria Pavón, said last Thursday, after becoming official signing. Leganés’ position is that Barça should never have had the option of taking away the Danish in the middle of the season and without any veto by the pickers.A rule that could already be modified for next season, since the RFEF is studying banning the extraordinary terms of signings for long-term injuries, something that FIFA had been demanding from the Spanish organization for several years. Spain is the only major league country that maintains this rule. The Leganés has not yet received a response from the Spanish Federation (RFEF) to its formal request to extend in an extraordinary way the term of signings after the Braithwaite case. The pickers made this requirement on Thursday, as soon as FC Barcelona deposited the player’s clause, at about 11 in the morning. From the organism they insisted that they would be fast, but they have not yet pronounced and that, for the moment, limits the ability of Leganés to respond to this anomalous departure.The possible scenarios for the Leganés are two: sign a player with a valid contract thanks to an extraordinary permit or launch a player without a team. This last solution depends, as confirmed by Aguirre last Friday, on what is the reaction of the RFEF. “The general manager let me know that we are waiting for a response from the RFEF to sign. Until it arrives, I have what I have, which is good in quantity and quality, ”said Vasco.
Marseille defender Rod Fanni could join Leicester Marseille right back Rod Fanni is in talks with Leicester City about a move to the Premier League, according to reports in France.Leicester have already made five summer signings this summer and could be about to make their sixth if a move for the French international goes through.According to France Football, the player’s representatives are due to fly to England this week in an attempt to thrash out a deal for the 32-year-old.Fanni’s arrival would add experience to the Foxes’ back line, with the right back boasting 88 appearances for Marseille and five caps for France. 1
Mutanga joined Express from Bukavu last year. (PHOTO/FILE)WANKULUKUKU – Express FC have confirmed the departure of Isaac Mutanga.Mutanga who was captain of the team for the better part of the 2018/19 season is understood to have ended his contract with the Red Eagles as he seeks to leave for Greener pastures.He was named Captain of the side following the expulsion of Julius Ntambi, a few games into the past season.However, he was fazed out of the first team towards the end of the season with head coach George Ssemwogerere who preferred the partnership of Shafick Kakeeto and John Revita.Mutanga’s departure was confirmed by Express on Monday night through their social media platforms.Club Announcement: Isaac Mutanga Released By ExpressDetails ?? https://t.co/b9FlckQCO4#WeAreExpress#TheRedEagles#MukwanoGwabangi ???— Express FC (@ExpressFCUganda) May 20, 2019The gigantic center-back is believed to have had a month left on his current deal but after negotiations, Express decided to let him go.He joined the Wankulukuku based side at the start of the 2018/19 season from Congolease side Bukavu.Comments Tags: BukavuExpress FCIsaac MutangaJohn RevitaJulius NtambiShafick Kakeeto