Macauley Chrisantus denies Sivasspor exit

Sivasspor manager Roberto Carlos

Macauley Chrisantus denies Sivasspor exit [divider]

Sivasspor striker Macauley Chrisantus has denied that his contract has been terminated.

“I Have not being sacked, I saw the news and I am shock about where it all came from as my contract with Sivasspor is still intact, I would have loved to keep quiet but I have to speak out as some people were already believing the story,” Chrisantus told in Kaduna.

Fellow compatriot Micheal Eneramo’s return to Sivasspor has increased competition for a place in the team.

“The signing of Michael Eneramo means competition for places will now be worse than it was prior to his arrival but I am ready to fight for a starting shirt I am not going out on loan, and if I leave Sivasspor it will be on a permanent base,” Chrisantus said.

The 24-year-old joined Sivasspor on a three-year deal last summer from Spanish second division side Las Palmas.

Sivasspor are currently in 16th place in the Süper Lig and recently parted ways with head coach Roberto Carlos.

Sergen Yalçın has replaced the former World Cup winner and is undefeated in his last two games.