Ghanaian attacker Mohammed Sumaila has debunked rumors that he has been signed with an Olive oil by a Turkish club.
Several reports have it that the attacker has been signed by a Turkish club with an olive oil as his signing on fee whilst others are taking millions of money for playing loan.
However the Striker has come to refute the claims and has own a letter to family and friends not to worry since there is no truth in it.
According to the player, the job that he was doing when he arrived in turkey was the olive oil business and he think people have mistaken it for that but he was not signed with an oil as his reward.
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Hello my fans I am sorry about this news It's not real is the work I used to do in Turkey I cannot sign with an oil . This is not the club I played this is just for fun it's a fun game . So my fans don't worry it's not real I'm sorry for you guys . My fans in Ghana my fans in turkey I'm sorry and my fans in the world it's not real I love you bye …. merhaba benim fanlarım bu çıkan haber için özür dilerim bu çıkan haber gerçek değil Ben bu işi kaç senedir Türkiye de yapıyorum nasıl bir iş biliyorum . Ben yağı için imza atmadım Bu benim anlaştığım takım değil sadece bir aylık köy turnuvası yani o yüzden benim Gana'daki ve türkiye'deki ve dünyadaki fanlarımdan özür dilerim seviyorum sizi öyle bir şey yok sakın inanmayın 💪🏿😉🤙🏿
Although he had relationship with olive oil, what exited between both was Just buying and selling, he also added that the photo that is circulating is not the team that he signed for and he was it just a fun game that he played in Turkey.
Whether he was signed with pure water or 3cedis 50ps we wish him all the best in his carrier.