This is a mess that QRM would have done well this summer. Promoted to Ligue 2, the Norman club believed they had secured the signing of Guinean international striker Yakhouba Gnagna Barry for the 2021-2022 season. Problem: his club Haroya AC does not hear it that way and disputes this transfer. The player is therefore blocked in the country and should not join France this year. In this complex case, a third party intervenes: the club of Santoba FC, which had loaned Barry to Haroya last season. For the SFC, the attacker is theirs and that is why they were able to complete the sale with QRM. As reported by Paris-Normandie, Quevilly-Rouen therefore seized FIFA towards Haroya and the player to try to assert his rights.

“QRM will unfortunately have no other choice but to take FIFA against you (Yakhouba Barry) and the Horoya Athletic Club for unjustified termination of your contract on the basis of article 17 of the Status and Transfer Regulations FIFA Players, ”the club said in a letter to the Guinean club. The response was immediate and Haroya does not intend to let the player go: “Your statements are not based on any legal basis [and] your attitude is contrary to ethics and good practice in sports.” It will now be up to FIFA to decide on this dispute, but it is unlikely from now on to see Barry evolve under the colors of QRM in Ligue 2 …

Ref: https://maligue2.fr