A few months ago, we introduced you to Samba Diallo (19), a twirling Dynamo kyiv striker, untenable in the Youth League at the time and even extended until June 2026 with his club, with playing time prospects in first team. Yes, but now, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine has been there and football is now far from being a concern in the Ukrainian capital. The young Senegalese, he would see himself continuing his progress by playing.
FIFA has also published a new text this week about foreign players in his case. “The Bureau of the FIFA Council has decided to extend the application of the temporary rules of employment established in the Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players (RSTJ) in order to concretely help players, coaches and clubs suffering the consequences of the war in Ukraine. This decision follows the amendments to the RSTJ adopted by the Bureau of the Council on March 7, 2022 and March 16, 2022, which had made it possible to urgently provide the necessary legal clarity and certainty on several important regulatory aspects. The provisions approved by the Bureau of the Council establish that, in case the clubs affiliated to the Ukrainian Football Federation (UAF) or the Russian Football Federation (FUR) do not reach a mutual agreement with their players and/or coaches foreigners by June 30, 2022 at the latest – and unless otherwise agreed in writing – said players and coaches are entitled to suspend their employment contracts until June 30, 2023. These provisions give players and coaches the opportunity to work and to receive a salary, in addition to protecting Ukrainian clubs and facilitating the departure of foreign players and coaches from Russia”can we read.
The courtiers line up
In other words, either he agrees with Dynamo for a permanent transfer to another club by the end of the month, or he can legally allow himself a one-season break between the 1st July 2022 and June 30, 2023 to evolve elsewhere. Time is running out to make a decision. His team would obviously like to keep him, placing enormous hopes in him. Yes, but here it is, the situation is sensitive. Especially since, at the same time, a line of clubs, and not the least, is ready to welcome it.
According to our information, Olympique de Marseille (which is still furious at not having completed its arrival from its academy in Senegal), just like AS Monaco and Olympique Lyonnais in Ligue 1 but also AC Milan, Leipzig, Borussia Dortmund, Bruges, FC Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Anderlecht elsewhere in Europe are on the lookout for this file, to name a few. There is no doubt that the next few days will be hot for the one who is already compared in the country to a certain Sadio Mané.