15 January 2013

Gambia: Ceesay to Go If Price Is Right

Momodou Ceesay is head out of Zilina if the price is right according to Zilina's coach.

No concrete offers are on the table for the Gambia international who is heavily touted with a transfer away from his current Slovakian employers.

Ceesay joined his club for a training camp ahead of the re-start of the domestic league. But it remains to be seen whether the former Wallidan goal poacher will stay put this January.

There has been some exodus of players in Zilina, as manager Charles Spod Belanik trims his squad, favouring youthful players instead in an attempt to spring to life the club title defense crusade.

But plans to ward off clubs interest hovering over Zilina star players has hit a little hitch after manager Belanik reveals that Zico could make a move if the money valuation of the player is met.

"Ceesay is prepared with the team, but as he himself said, his future has not been associated with the club Žilina. Preparing for the spring part of the Champions League., if we had a concrete offer [for him], he could go in this transfer window. If not, he will still be in our squad then any move could be settle after the season", Charles Spod said of the Gambian situation.

Momodou had himself hinted of his desire to move to France for better avenues as Zilina face a daunting workload of retaining the title sitting at mid-table in the league.

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