Ben Sayeh would be willing to negotiate

Ben Sayeh would be willing to negotiate

As mentioned in these same columns, striker Reda Bensaïa is free of any obligation and is at the end of his contract with JS Kabylie. The yellow and green captain may leave the club this summer to try an experience in a foreign tournament or with another Algerian club.

The player is currently on vacation and intends to take all his time to decide on his future, but as of the latest news, he will be willing to negotiate with JS Kabylie, should the leaders wish to keep him in the workforce for next season.

Still waiting for a signal from Iarichen
Known for his attachment and love for JS Kabylie, the Bouira native, born in Bouira, refused to negotiate with the suitors before he could see more clearly with the leaders of Yellow and Green. According to our sources, no leader has contacted Reda bin Sayeh so far to offer him to stay and extend his lease. The team’s top scorer with 9 goals and 6 assists, Nasa is a very important element in the team and his stay in the squad will serve JS Kabylie a lot next season, especially in the African Champions League.

He will fly to England on Wednesday
According to a source close to the player, Reda Ben Sayeh is currently at his home in Bouira. He is scheduled to leave next Wednesday for England to spend his vacation. After a busy season, the player has found it beneficial to travel abroad to recharge his batteries before deciding his future and rolling up his sleeves and preparing for next season. Several Ligue 1 clubs, including CRB, would like to take advantage of his position and steal it from JS Kabylie, but the player must wait until he returns from vacation to make a decision on his future.

The financial situation will play a big role in the negotiations
As everyone knows, JS Kabylie is facing great financial difficulties with the closure of the club’s bank account and the debts left by the former president.
Players, staff and club staff have not received all their money this season. As for the file of Reda Bin Sayeh, whose contract ends, the player demands the settlement of his financial situation. The club owes him 19 salaries and does not intend to agree to renew his contract without collecting most of his unpaid salaries. Otherwise, he will leave the club and submit his application to the Dispute Resolution Chamber (CRL).

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