Back in Nancy, with his family, after having canceled his contract with Kayserispor (Turkish D1), Landry N’guemo continues his preparation while waiting for a new challenge.
The former St Etienne midfielder, also played with Nancy and Bordeaux is without a club for the moment after terminating his contract in Turkey.
Was the termination of your contract with Kayserispor welcomed as a relief?
Landry N’guemo:Of course because it was a difficult time for me. I was alone there, without the family and without playing. Seeing your teammates on the field at the weekend while you train, is hard. After being dismissed, I joined the reserve team, but the level was not very high, so it was not pleasant.
The termination seemed inevitable …
That’s for sure, because they did not respect the contract. So, the only alternative for me was to put an end to it.
Now that you are free, what is your situation?
I’m back in Nancy. For now, I’m enjoying the family, but I’m aware that we’ll have to bounce back. For that, I keep the phone well lit …
Have clubs called you?
There have been approaches, intermediaries have probed the situation. Clubs in Turkey have also called me, but for now I have no proposal on the table. Today, I can not name clubs because there is no official offer.
What are your desires for the future?
For now, I want to play again. I talk a little more with people in Turkey, but I miss the land and I do not close any doors.
Translated from press-sport.com