Loads of Sunderland fans have been having their say on the latest transfer news, as Papy Djilobodji will likely stay with the club until at least January.
You’d be hard pushed to find a worse act of professionalism than the behaviour of both Didier Ndong and Djilobodji this summer, as both Sunderland stars tried desperately to force a move away from the club.
There was hope that a deal could be done to sell Djilobodji even after the window closed on Friday, as the Turkish window lasted for another 24 hours, but the towering defender is now set to stay on Wearside, although Jack Ross has no intention of reintegrating him into the first team.
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The 29 year-old signed for the club in 2016 after an unsuccessful stint at Chelsea, and to be fair he was very good during his loan spell with Ligue 1 side Dijon last season.
This hasn’t tempted any European teams to take a punt this summer though, probably due to his complete lack of professionalism.
Roker Report claims the club are set to take legal advice, perhaps with the view to terminating his contract.
You can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below…
Toilet cleaning duty
— Gary Potts (@GaryFTM) September 2, 2018
Surly can’t let him or ndong anywhere near the team we have a positive dressing room don’t want theses 2 cry baby’s spoiling wat Jack Ross has done to the team keep them away
— steven naunton (@SteveNaunton) September 2, 2018
I wouldn’t even let him put club training gear on. Make him train in his vest and pants if he doesn’t bring his own kit
— Gav (@gavh1982) September 2, 2018
As I predicted. When you can’t find a club these unprofessional players come back to training to pick up their salary. Seek legal advice. Wouldn’t want to pay these mercenaries any money
— Simon (@KingstonSi) September 2, 2018
If a player refuses to turn up for training because he wants to leave then the club should have every right to refuse to allow him to come back. I’d suspend him indefinitely without pay and let it go to court.
— Run Dave Run (@Yellowbug1969) September 2, 2018
Stick him in the bogs
— Liam White (@LiamWhite2) September 2, 2018
Force him to eat a hedgehog 🦔
— Eastendglenn (@glennsafc1) September 2, 2018
Meet them at AOL gates and serve them with suspension notice for 1 month without pay re Breach of Contract allowing time for legal action to be determined. Not wanted!!
— David Milburn (@milburn60) September 2, 2018
Disgusting behaviour from a so called professional. Shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near the club until it’s legally explored how to get shot of him. Hopefully!!
— KrisC5485 (@KrisCoxon) September 2, 2018