His future is still unclear, but all his dreams of returning Anthony & # 39; ego Modeste & # 39; a (30). Who is the Frenchman hunting for targets in the future? In the case of VfB Stuttgart, the Bundesliga club should have signaled interest. Unlike EXPRESS Tony repeats his love for FC!
1. FC Cologne remains the dream club of Anthony & # 39; ego Modeste & # 39; a
From Stuttgart, it is said that the VfB is knocking in the face of his goal crisis (only six goals in ten games) from when and to what state Modeste will have to follow.
Will Tony himself be at the very bottom of the table? For EXPRESS, he says, "I do not know what's going on."
His dream club seems to be the next: 1. FC Cologne! "This is not a question for me, I am here with my heart," says Modeste, explaining with a smile: "You do not have to ask me if I want to come, I'm here already!"
Anthony Modeste is grateful to FC
The 30-year-old who fulfilled the European dream thanks to his 25-goal season 2016/17 and was kept in his hands by the stadium is inseparable from the club.
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"I'm grateful that FC gives me the opportunity to train here." Modeste maintains the condition on U21 from October 3. There he was integrated from the first day, maintaining the morale of soldiers with the risk of degradation, shifting special changes and waiting for him to finally kick again.
"Unfortunately, I do not know how long the FIFA match will take, I've waited three months, I'm an athlete, I want to play football again."
The dispute over the contract with Tianjin Quanjian draws
The deal with Tianjin Quanjian continues. Tony canceled his contract due to lack of pay, but China Club objected. FIFA has to decide.
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EXPRESS checked with the World Association: When is Modeste free? "We can confirm that we have received a claim for a job filed by player Anthony & # 39; ego Modeste against his club Tianjin Quanjian. The case is ongoing, so we can not comment on it at this point," said FIFA spokesperson.