Ligue 1 side Bordeaux are seriously considering terminating their loan of Inter owned French winger Yann Karamoh by sending him back to the Nerazzurri, SempreInter.com can exclusively reveal.
The club released a statement earlier that they had suspended the player as “a precautionary measure due to inappropriate and unacceptable behavior”, but according to sources inside the club who wish to remain anonymous, the Ligue 1 outfit’s relationship with the French youngster is all but over.
The friction between the club and Karamoh began after the French League Cup semifinal against Strasbourg which Bordeaux lost 3-2. After the match, Brazilian coach Ricardo Gomes criticized the players performance in the dressing room, which led to Karamoh, who was brought off in the 57th minute of that match, to feel singled out.
The following day, there was another team meeting where Ricardo Gomes and his staff once again questioned the attitude of the players that took part in that match, which led to Karamoh reacting badly. The Brazilian coach responded by announcing that he would not be called up for the Ligue 1 match away against Marseille this past weekend.
Karamoh was also summoned to a meeting with senior members of the club’s board as well as members of the coaching staff to explain his actions. During this meeting the French winger told the club in no uncertain terms, that he considers himself an Inter player and not part of Bordeaux’s project.
This did not sit well with the club at all who have now suspended him and are seriously considering to terminate the loan and send him back to the Nerazzurri.