Sofiane Boftini, a defender of the Moroccan club Hassania Agadir, revealed that he will not move to the Moroccan team, Raja Casablanca, after his transfer negotiations to the Green Eagles failed during the last winter transfer window.
According to sources close to the player, he received several offers from abroad, after he starred during the recently concluded African Nations Cup in Cameroon and crowned the Moroccan national team.
The sources confirmed that Sofiane Bouvetini had agreed with his agent to leave abroad to one of the European or Arab clubs at the end of the current season, especially as he wanted to secure his future and obtain a greater financial return.
It is noteworthy that Sofiane Bovetini is now available for him to sign an initial contract with any team and move to his ranks in a free transfer deal, especially since the contract linking him to Hassania Agadir will expire at the end of the current season.
On the other hand, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) aroused great anger in Raja after it announced the appointment of an Algerian referee to lead the match against Monastir Club, the return of the qualifying round for the group stage of the Confederation Cup competition.
CAF assigned the task of managing the Raja match and the Tunisian team to an Algerian refereeing team, led by Benbraham Lahlou, and assisted by Mohamed Seradj and Brahim El Hamiaoui.
The management of the Raja sports team had held the responsibility for the exclusion from the 32nd round of the CAF Champions League, by Senegalese Tongit, to the Algerian referee, Benbraham Lahlou, who insisted on holding the match despite the absence of appropriate weather conditions, which caused great damage to the floor of the Mohammed V stadium, but He said that the position of the playing field bears the match.