Florian Thauvin does not intend to let it go!

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The announcement fell yesterday, in the early evening, French time. “Club Tigres informs that the decision has been taken to terminate the contractual relationship with the player, Florian Tristán Mariano Thauvin. We thank Florian for the efforts and professionalism he has shown throughout the year and a half he has spent with us and wish him much success in his future projects”.

After only 38 matches (8 goals, 5 assists) in a year and a half, Florian Thauvin (29) was kicked out by the Mexican club Tigers. The departure of the French is not a real surprise since the Mexican media had announced such a scenario for a few days. The reason was simple: following the recruitment of Argentinian Nico Ibáñez, the Tigres had to part with a player who had not been trained in Mexico. It therefore fell on the highest paid player in the championship.

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Access to training center denied

Disappointing with his performance, Thauvin knew he was threatened. But what surprised everyone is that the Tigers’ announcement did not mention a common agreement for this termination. The proof is: ESPN announces that Thuavin showed up this morning at the Tigers training center, shortly before 9:30 a.m. The attacking midfielder was accompanied by his lawyer and was refused access to the training center. André-Pierre Gignac then came to discuss briefly with his ex-partner before talking to his management. Thauvin, he did not seek to cause a scandal and left with his representative.

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No doubt he came simply to have his inability to practice his profession noted. Because ESPN adds that the French, who has still not spoken, disputes the argument raised by the Tigers to justify his dismissal. Visibly ready to fight legally, the former Marseillais will now have to seize the disputes commission of the Mexican federation and could even seize the Court of Arbitration for Sport (TAS). For its part, the Mexican club does not seem disturbed. Thauvin gone, Ibáñez will be able to be registered and some media indicate that the Felinos will even recruit Diego Lainez for 7 million dollars.

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