Sierra Leone striker, Mohamed Buya Turay has threatened to go on strike against his relegated Swedish club, AFC Eskilstuna.
The young striker has been a subject of transfer talks with interest from big European league sides as well as top clubs in the Swedish Allsvenskan league.
In a recent interview with the podium “Studio Allsvenskan” in Sweden, the Sierra Leonean forward expressed his disappointment with the club for not letting him go.
He said: “Yes, the problem with AFC is that I have been waiting since last year when the window was open. Clubs in Belgium and France want me. But because of the money that AFC wants for me, it will not happen. So now I hear rumors that Djurgården and Östersund want me. But AFC wants 10-15 million kronor. “
For Buya Turay, with no prospect to joining any foreign league side this time, has not made any secret of playing in the top tier Swedish league.
"I want to play in Allsvenskan. But everything has been destroyed in terms of how much they wanted. I do not know why they want so much money for me. I do not think it will happen. I exercise and stay focused. What happens happens. My goal is not to play in the Superettan. “I will not play in the superetten,” he said.
The striker who accounted for 9 goals last season for the club further expressed his disappointment with the AFC stating that: “Let me go so I can shape my career, that's why I'm here, to play football, make a name and put a footprint. Why do they want so much money for me? They want to ruin my career, you know? This happened 5 years ago. I know it will happen again. But I'm going to fight this time. I will not let it happen. I will not let it happen this time.”
Turay admitted that he is in talk with the AFC head coach and told him he will not play matches for the club but only train with them.