As published by hitc.com,
Sunderland sacked Ndong in early October.
Didier Ndong‘s inability to find a new club could have Sunderland fans wondering if their club has cut off its nose to spite its face.
Ndong was finally shed from Sunderland’s books approaching a month ago, after the two parties reportedly reached an agreement that will see the Mackems due around £3.5 million upon the midfielder’s next move.
According to iSport in Ndong’s native Gabon, that stipulation has already put paid to his chances of joining Sports Club Libreville – a third division club he founded himself. While those at the Roker Report claim an unnamed club from the Welsh top flight have encountered a similar road block.
Ndong’s reported £30,000-a-week wages may be off the bill, but that £3.5 million might never be seen again at this rate.
Or might it? Although the 24-year-old’s Sunderland spell is a major blot on his copybook – after all, this is a man who, along with Papy Djilobodji, the defender whose Stadium of Light contract was finally settled on Wednesday, refused to report back from pre-season training at a club that had paid him a