Mavlon FC Debunks Star Player Mohammed Beji’s Involvement In Double Transfer
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By Our Correspondent
Mavlon Football Club has denied report that their former player, Ibrahim Mohammed Beji is involved in double transfer in Europe.
According to the Chairman/CEO of the club, Barr. Kenneth Agadagba, he stated that the Flying Eagles dazzling winger, was duly transfered from Mavlon FC to Cartegena in Spanish Segunda Division.
Mr Agadagba who disclosed this to the media in Abuja also revealed that the club is on the verge of transferring more players to Europe during the summer transfer window after the exploits of the club at the Viareggio Cup tournament in Italy.
“Mavlon FC will continue to focus on the development of her players both locally and internationally. We are glad to inform the world that we transfered Mohammed Beji to Cartegena in Spain,” Bar. Agadagba said.
“The contract is for three years. We hope that Beji will continue to develop his career there. Our player is not involved in any double transfer.
“We had other offers for him, but after careful study of what Cartegena offered to us, we felt that it will be better for him to move to Cartegena.
“Mavlon FC is determined to be a reference point of how football management business operates under the globally known best practices.
“”Mavlon FC had football transfer business in connection to Beji with Temple Football Academy and Maikunkele Football Academy. Everything was done following due process and transparency.
“We have some of our players on the verge of joining some notable European clubs this summer after performing well at the Viareggio Cup.
“Mavlon FC operates professionally known best practices of football administration, which has attracted foreign partners and clubs to us,” he said.