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‘Bernard Bulbwa’s Esperance deal intact’

12 August 2015, 11:43

Lagos - Mahmoud Ouaddeni, the Tunisian intermediary that brokered the deal that took Bernard Bulbwa to Esperance, has reacted to reports that claimed the Nigeria youth international will terminate his contract with The Blood and Gold.

He acknowledged that Shuttle Sports Academy have not yet received a credit transaction alert for the sum of $200,000, being the transfer fee agreed between the two clubs.

''Bulbwa is not cancelling his contract, he's playing and feeling good. Their money will be sent this week,'' Mahmoud Ouaddeni told news24.

''Esperance effected the transfer but the problem has to do with the Swift from the Tunisia bank but that has been resolved already.''

Also read: Bernard Bulbwa thanks Emem Eduok for helping him settle quickly

Bulbwa sat out the Blood and Gold's 1 - 0 win over Stade Malien on Monday in the CAF Confederation Cup and will not be considered for selection in their next two matches against Al Ahly and Etoile du Sahel because he wasn't registered for the competition.

''Bulbwa is not qualified to play in the competition. His International Transfer Certificate came late so it was impossible to add his name, but he has already played in the Tunisian Cup.

''And he showed good talent. This weekend he will also play in the quarter final of the Cup against Hamamlif,'' Mahmoud Ouaddeni added.

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