Rumour: U-turn as Mohamed stays?

Rumour: U-turn as Mohamed stays?

The Staffordshire Sentinel claims that winger Kaid Mohamed has decided to stay at the club for another season.

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This feature contains rumour and speculation. All of these rumours should be treated as unconfirmed gossip until any move is officially announced by the club itself. We make no apologies for publishing some rumour and gossip (after all, even the state broadcaster, the BBC, publishes a daily Football Gossip column) but we’d just like to reiterate that this feature should not be treated too seriously.

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Mohamed has been unsettled at Vale Park since arriving last summer. He played just eight times for the club last season after spending time on loan at AFC Wimbledon and Bristol Rovers.

It was suggested by Sproson that Mohamed would only leave if a settlement on the remainder of his contract was agreed and it could be that this is the sticking point…

Earlier this summer, the Sentinel revealed that Mohamed was about to leave the club if a settlement could be reached over the last 12 months of his contract.

Oxford were one of the clubs linked with Mohamed by the player’s agent, former Valiant Phil Sproson, and following the release of former Vale winger Sean Rigg (who has moved to AFC Wimbledon), the club are in the market for another wide player.

However, it was suggested by Sproson that Mohamed would only leave if a settlement on the remainder of his contract was agreed and it could be that this is the sticking point.

The Sentinel observes that the winger knows he is unlikely to break through to the Vale first-team with the paper commenting that he “is likely to be sent out on loan again at the start of next term.”

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mohamed-kaidMohamed’s season stats

 

Port Vale: 3+5 games, no goals

AFC Wimbledon: 5 games, no goals

Bristol Rovers: 20+1 games, 4 goals

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