The Algerian international, Youssef Belaili, the star of the French club Stade Brest, is preparing to decide his future during the next summer Mercato, with the end of the six-month period he spent with the French club during the last winter transfer market, and there are conflicting news regarding the extension of the Algerian national team’s period of stay with the “pirates” or the transfer towards another destination.
And some French media sources confirmed that Blaili had entered the accounts of the Greek league’s seniors, in the form of Olympiacos, AEK Athens and Thessaloniki, while other sources mentioned the preparation of the Brest Club management to activate the clause to extend Blaili’s contract for an additional two years, after the good levels he presented in the last matches of the French League, According to followers.
And the Algerian newspaper, “Competition”, said today, Tuesday, May 17, in a report on the Algerian international, that Blaili decided to leave Brest and does not want to extend his contract, despite the strong tendency of the club’s management to activate the extension clause written in the contract that binds the two parties a month ago. last January.
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The Algerian newspaper, according to its sources close to the player’s surroundings, attributed Blaili’s decision to “his failure to adapt to the weather in the La Brutine region,” noting that the former Qatari club star was not accustomed to living in cold weather, and he spent most of his football career between Algeria, Tunisia and Qatar. Where the weather is hot and sunny.
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The same source continued, confirming that Blaili wants to move to a club from the south of France, because the climatic atmosphere there is close to its counterpart in Algeria (the Mediterranean climate), unlike the atmosphere in the city of Brest (northwest of France), as Blaili is looking for, according to the same source. , for an ambitious club and better than Brest to develop its level further.
The Algerian newspaper relied on justifying its point of view by noting that Blaili spent the 48 hours that Brest coach, Michel Der Zakarian, gave his players after the Monaco meeting (4-2) at Stade Louis II, last Saturday, in the penultimate stage of “Ligue 1”. “, in the cities of Monaco and Marseille, in the south of France, with his family and friends.
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