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Transfers of Sunday, 19 June 2011

Source: Ghanasoccernet

Dramani linked with French move

Ghana midfielder Haminu Dramani has been linked with a move to French top-flight side Lorient as his contract in Russia will expire this month.

The winger opted not to extend his contract with Lokomotiv Moscow as his contract runs out at the end of June. deep investigations have revealed that he is agent has started talks with Lorient over the move by next month.

When confronted with the evidence of talks with Lorient, a surprised Dramani refused to confirm or deny the report.

“Ei Ghanasoccernet – I am shocked you got this information. Who told you?,” a surprised Haminu replied when asked him for the details.

“I can’t say anything for now so let’s wait and see what happens in the coming days,” the recently-married player added.

The 2006 World Cup star in January threatened not to extend his stay with Lokomotiv Moscow after witnessing several racist attacks in the country.

He even told fellow African players never to dream of playing in the Russian Premier League because of a barrage of racist attacks.

The world’s attention have been drawn to the high levels of racial slurs in Russian football after Zenit St. Petersburg fans racially assaulted Brazilian legend Roberto Carlos with banana symbolisms.

Dramani who plays for Lokomotiv Moscow says he is deeply worried by the trend and will never advice any African footballer to move to the Northern Europe country.