WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Sani Emmanuel: Lazio Want To Force Me To Join Partizani Tirana

Published: July 19, 2013
WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Sani Emmanuel: Lazio Want To Force Me To Join Partizani Tirana Sani Emmanuel was supposed to break into the first team squad of Lazio last season if he had imitated his friend and ex Golden Eaglets teammate Eddy Onazi.

But the leadership of the Biancocelesti has continued to move the goalpost, sending the Nigeria youth - teamer on loan first to fourth - tier U.S. Salernitana followed by a brief stint with Swiss Challenge League side FC Biel-Bienne

Now in the final year of his contract, there are doubts about where Emmanuel Sani's future lies this coming season, as he is being forced to sign a contract with Superliga new boys Partizani Tirana.

''Lazio want to force me to sign a loan deal with Partizani Tirana and they are doing all they can to force me to sign because I don't have anyone to stand and fight on my behalf.

''The law of the Italian League states that six months before your contract expires you are free to start negotiating with other clubs,'' says Sani Emmanuel to

Sani Emmanuel has opened a can of worms by revealing that his loan spells with Salernitana and Biel-Bienne were fraught with irregularities as his signatures were forged on both contracts.

''I want Fifa to ask Lazio about my contract. Last year I was loaned to Salernitana which is the second team of Mr Claudio Lotito, the president of SS Lazio.

''And I was not the one who signed the loan agreement. I was told it was the secretary of Lazio, Armando Calvari.

''From that team I was loaned to another Swiss side Fc Biel/Bennie. Those two contracts were signed by Armando not me.

''I don't understand why some people are turning my career to something else,'' adds the former My People FC striker.

Sporting Director of Lazio and former Albania international forward Igli Tare is believed to have cut a deal with the hierarchy at Partizani Tirana to have Emmanuel play in Albania in the 2013 - 2014 season.

Albanian media introduced Sani Emmanuel with pride, noting that he has caps for Nigeria youth teams, but conveniently failed to mention that he was the best cadet player in the world four years back.

From Lazio to a club in Albania is a massive decline in a player's career and he is just 20 years.

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