Teddy Chevalier has left RKC Waalwijk after he and the club agreed on a mutual termination of their contract.
Chevalier arrived last summer from Zulte Waregem, after scoring 19 goals in 94 appearances for the Belgian side. For Waalwijk, he has netted nine times in 28 appearances and the Frenchman still had two years left on his existing deal. The player’s days were numbered after repeated misconduct and a suspension by coach Erwin Koeman.
“We are waiting for the player’s signature to make it official” said technical director of RKC, Janus van Gelder, who confirmed that the attacker will no longer be with the team this coming weekend when RKC takes on NEC in the last game of the season.
A move back to Belgium could be on the cards for the striker, reportedly KV Mechelen are interested in signing him for next season.
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