Brest and Youcef Belaili are discussing the termination of the contract!

What’s next after this announcement?

His arrival at the end of the winter transfer window had blown up Stade Brestois’ social media from 250,000 to over a million subscribers across all social media. 6 months later, the beautiful story between Youcef Belaili and the pirate team is about to end. Despite a decent first six months in Brittany (3 goals and 2 assists in 13 Ligue 1 games), the Algerian international star has been dragging his feet in Brest since the start of the summer.

However, the Finistère club did their best to put him in good condition. Islam Slimani, who had also been recruited by Brest to reinforce his attack, did his best to help his teammate promote his acclimatization. But despite the presence and support of the former OL and Monaco striker, nothing helped. And the player, who experiences the distance with his family very badly and who finds it difficult to adapt to his new environment, wants to leave more than ever.

Brest has now agreed to part with it.

Current 19 in Ligue 1initially did not want hearing about an exit and that he had even extended it, visibly changed his shoulder weapon bored by the player’s behavior. So much so that a termination of the contract between the two parties is currently being considered very seriously. According to our information, it is even on the right track, but it has not been finalized yet.

The Brest attacking midfielder, who has provided 2 assists in 6 L1 games this season, has not appeared in Brest colors since September 7 against RC Strasbourg (1-1). Undoubtedly one of his last games under the colors of the Finisterre club. Although he wanted to return to Qatar, it seems that the option that leads to the Emirates (the transfer market closes on September 29) is one of the only ones left to the former Qatar Sports Club player who played 45 minutes with the club. Algeria against Guinea on September 23.

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