Michael Ngadeu Ngadjui’s former employers at Slavia Prague have hit out at the player, following his recent decision to leave the Czech champions. Ngadeu on Thursday completed a 4.6 million Euro move to Belgian side KAA Gent, but now it is increasing certain that he did not end his three years stay at the Czech Republic in the best of fashion.
The President of Slavia, Jaroslav Tvrdik took to Twitter and pen a strong worded message, comparing Ngadeu’s move to “a desperate theater”.
In the tweet written in Czech, which Kick442.com managed to translate, Tvrdik also mentioned one of his former players who goes by the name Simon, saying that
“Simon left as a Legend, but Michael left as a streetman”. He continued by saying “We were just negotiating a better contract. This desperate theater didn’t deserve to be at this club”.
Ngadeu’s €4.6 million move to KAA Gent, made him the most expensive signing in the history of the Belgian club. He put pen to paper for a four years deal. Ngadeu joined Slavia Prague in 2016, from Romanian side Botoșani, and won three trophies during his stay in the Czech Republic.