- The groguet team announces that the United Arab Emirates club breaks the transfer agreement “unilaterally” and shortly after makes public that it terminates the player’s contract
- Immediately afterward, the striker thanks his stay at the Ceramics and announces that he is focused on doing “the best possible for the next three years” at Al Sharjah
Surrealist film script starring Villarreal, Al Sharjah and Paco Alcácer in the last few hours. The outcome of the story leaves the striker released from his contract with the ‘groguet’ team and committed for the next three seasons with the United Arab Emirates team, in which he was going to play this course on loan from Villarreal.
Events have precipitated from the moment that Villarreal announced the breaking of the agreement with the Emirates club for the transfer of the 28-year-old striker. From the Castellón team, it was pointed out that the decision had been adopted “unilaterally” by Al Sharjah.
It seems that the leaders of Al Sharjah had decided to back down the operation due to a contractual issue between the clubs, which has annulled the agreements reached.
Shortly after this announcement, Villarreal himself announced that he had reached an agreement with Paco Alcácer himself for the termination of his contract, with which the striker no longer belongs to the groguet team.
And with hardly any break in continuity, the striker posted a tweet on his social networks in which, after thanking Villarreal (“I have lived unforgettable moments with great teammates”), he announced his immediate future: ” Now is the time to focus on Al Sharjah to do my best for the next three years that I will defend this shirt, I am convinced that I will enjoy this magnificent experience with my family here in the United Arab Emirates”.
Returning to the decision of the Emirates club, Villarreal had limited itself to pointing out that “Al Sharjah has decided to unilaterally annul the transfer agreement it had reached with Villarreal CF for the transfer of Paco Alcácer”.
The player, after the agreement was reached at the time, traveled to the Emirates, where he proceeded to his official presentation as a new Al Sharjah player, posing with club officials and wearing what was to be his new shirt, with the ‘9’ on the back.
Now, except for surprise, Alcácer will play for the Emirates club, which will own him at zero cost for at least the next three seasons.