Club director blasts Chelsea for how they are treating the 25-year-old star, calling it “shameful”

On deadline day, Malang Sarr of Chelsea, was anticipated to sign with Le Havre in Ligue 1. At Stamford Bridge, the 25-year-old Frenchman has not had many opportunities. Therefore, he was seeking a move in order to resume playing regular football and advance in his career.

Although the French team was optimistic that they could sign the player before the transfer window closed, the deal ultimately fell through.

Chelsea and the defender reached a mutual contract termination agreement, but the London club reversed course, according to Foot Mercato. It was said that the defender consented to every one of their demands, in order to be released from the team. Sarr had already left for Le Havre, where he had finished his medical with the French team. However, now, he is currently scheduled to return to the UK.

What’s going on at Chelsea?

The defender was not included in Mauricio Pochettino’s first-team plans for the first half of the season, and it seems likely that he will remain on the sidelines for the foreseeable future.

Mathieu Bodmer, the sporting director of Le Havre, criticized the Premier League team for how they have handled the player. The sporting director of the French team revealed to Paris Normandie, that the 25-year-old was treated “dishonorably” by Chelsea.

Whether or not the Frenchman will be given any playing time or not in the upcoming months will be interesting to watch. At this point in his career, he needs regular playtime. Therefore in the upcoming months, Sarr will make it his top priority to leave Chelsea permanently. It is reasonable to presume that a move at season’s end is very likely.

It is shameful what they did to him,” the sporting director said in quotes picked up by Caughtoffside. Sarr had apparently flown to France and done a medical before Chelsea changed their mind. It is very unclear why the Blues made a U-turn suddenly. Sarr has been a persistent issue at the club, therefore it’s best for both parties to get rid of him as soon as possible.

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