Djurgårdens Aliou Badji has just said no to 36 million. kr.
The 21-year-old striker could have written himself into in the Stockholm club's history as the largest sale ever, but he's not going to China.
this is Why a trade has gone in the sink, and also Djurgården must wave goodbye to around 36 million. kr.
It was Hebai China Fortune, who would buy the attacker, who also has attracted interest from clubs in Turkey, Italy, Greece and France.
the civil war was ready to accept Hebeis bid on the good 36 million. kr., but got himself a bad disappointment, as the attacker announced that he would not to the chinese football.
- It was a lot of money for both me and the club. I spoke with Bosse Andersson (team he will play for, red.), and he would have, that I should accept the bid.
- But I'm not going to China. I am 21 years old, and it is too early to go there, says Aliou Badji to SportExpressen.
the Player from the Senegal, and admits that it was not easy to say no to so much money.
According to SportExpressen he would have gotten an annual salary of 11 million. kr. net in the coming three years, as well as a sign on bonus of just over three million. kr.
But Aliou Badji will be in Europe, so he can achieve his dream of becoming Africa's best player.
- I will play in one of the top five leagues. Now I'm here in Djurgarden, and I am going to focus on it.
- I believe in God and pray that he makes it the best for me, says the dangerous attacker, who hopes to be sold from the civil war in this transfervindue.
Badji says to the Swedish newspaper, that the team he will play for Bo Andersson was so pleased to get the no, although the Swedish club page on its website has told, that it respects senegaleserens choice.
- He was a bit disappointed and sur. Bosse could have made the biggest trade in Djurgarden, but I'm not going to China.
- of Course, I can be the biggest transfer in Djurgarden, but I don't want to be this way, says Badji, who scored eight goals in the last season, where he was to win the cup with the Stockholm club.
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