February 6, 2023

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Most Algerians by the time the deal expires in 2023

Most Algerians by the time the deal expires in 2023

With the World Cup in full swing, the winter transfer window is now gearing up among clubs.

For the first time in world history, the World Cup and winter go hand in hand and the calendar of European seasons will inevitably be upset.

However, some constants remain. The winter transfer window, in particular, starts on January 1 (in the majority of leagues) and always ends in February. Also, players will benefit from the opportunity to sign on a free transfer from January when their contract expires in June 2023, and they can join a new club on a reduced transfer before the summer.

This situation, many clubs fear, will concern many Greens this year. The most attractive of them all Ramy Benseboyini They, at 27 and after 3 and a half seasons at Mönchengladbach, clearly want to take a step forward by joining a great formation.

He is not alone in his situation. Many EN executives like Youssef Belaili (30 years, Ajaccio), Islam Slimani (34 years, Brest) Or Alexander Okidza (age 35, Metz) experiences a similar situation, other interesting points like here Hicham Boudoui (23 years, Nice) and Harris Belkebla (28 years, Brest) can also join the training without transfer compensation.

It should also be noted that as a former international, Yasin Brahimi (32 years, Al Gharafa), Victor Lekhal (28 years, Le Havre) Yasin Benzia (28 years, Dijon), Billel Omrani (29 years, Steva Bucharest) Or Housem Ghacha (27, Antalyaspor) is concerned. Hopes like Mehdi Boudjema (24 years old, Hatayspor), Farid El Melali (age 25, Angers) or Mohammed Belkir (21 years, CR Belouizdad) also fit this scheme.

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