sans club, Erding a proposé ses services à Saint-Etienne

Former PSG, Sochaux and Saint-Etienne scorer, Mevlut Erding, currently without a club, was the guest on Wednesday 7/7, RMC Sport’s daily Twitch. He revealed that he had contacted the Greens to help them get back into Ligue 1. Without success.

Mevlut Erding does not hide it: he has a very bad view of his current situation. Not retained by Ümraniyespor at the end of this season, the former striker of Sochaux, Paris, Rennes or even Saint-Etienne finds himself without a club. And he does not yet know what follow-up to his rich career.

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“I am at the end of my contract with my club in Turkey. I have helped them all season to move up to D1 but football is so cruel. With my know-how, in matches and in training, I succeeded to bring the club up to D1. And at the end of the season, my contract was not extended. It took a toll on my morale”, he confided this Wednesday in the 7/7, the daily Twitch from RMC Sport.

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At 35, the Turkish international (35 caps) hesitates to hang up his crampons. “At the moment I’m in the club. I’ve been preparing all summer. I don’t want to quit, but if nothing suits me, I’ll quit. To be honest, I’ve expressed my desire for Saint-Etienne because it is a mythical club, a club apart, which needs players like me to make the link between the players and the coach, to show the greatness of the club. modesty,” he revealed.

He has not heard from Saint-Etienne

The one who experienced the fervor of the Cauldron between 2013 and 2015, Erding would have liked to help the Greens in their recovery operation. “I haven’t had any news lately, I’m really disappointed. It hurts me to see this great French club in Ligue 2. I told Loïc Perrin (ASSE sports coordinator, editor’s note) that I could come back for free. I just want to see Saint-Etienne at the top,” he explained.

Before returning to his short stint in Sochaux last winter. After terminating his contract with Kocaelispor, he trained with his parent club and had long hoped for a contract. Samuel Laurent, the general manager of the FCSM, had finally closed the door to him.

“He said he didn’t know me? He called me to apologize, it was the least I could do. I was in great shape. Omar Daf was going to sign me and told him that he wanted to sign young people. I took it very badly. I’m sure that with my experience Sochaux would be in Ligue 1 today. What they did to Omar Daf (new coach of Dijon, editor’s note) I think that they will pay dearly for him because he is an extraordinary man,” he said.

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