Moussa Sissoko would be well advised to follow Gini Wijnaldum’s example at Newcastle and act in a professional manner while he is waiting for his transfer to come through – if in fact it does come through.
Gini trained well for over three weeks and seemed to be upbeat and enjoy the training and he played in a few of our pre-season games.
He wisely didn’t take any interviews, because he still wanted to leave the club and he did leave, when Liverpool came in with an acceptable offer of 25M for him.
Gini then sent a message to the Newcastle fans – so that’s the right and proper way to leave a club if you want to leave.
Moussa Sissoko – should watch what he says to the press
But Moussa seems to thinks he ‘s above Newcastle and he said this to the French media yesterday:
“I resumed training on Monday.” “I am preparing with my own coach. I joined the squad slowly, hoping the transfer will be soon.”
“But I am not going to sign without thinking. With everything, I take time to think.”
“Real Madrid are a very big club, but you have to think and have no regrets.”
“I still hope to have the chance to join a more exclusive club. Now we are negotiating with Newcastle.”
“My agent has had discussions with the club. They are open to a departure. We are in discussions. We’ll see what happens.”
It’s very bad to talk in the press about wanting to leave Newcastle soon – and that’s disrespecting the club who are still paying his wages.
The Chronicle are reporting Moussa could even have broken club rules by giving his two interviews to the French media over this weekend – which has again sickened Newcastle fans.
Moussa’s massive ego is there for all to see ever since he had a couple of good games for France in the knockout rounds.
Rafa could even play him in the game against Huddersfield on Saturday and it wouldn’t be a big surprise if Rafa tells him to train this week to be ready to be in the squad for the Terriers.
Moussa should tread very carefully over the next few weeks until the end of the month or until such time that he gets his move away from Newcastle to a dream club.