Linked to AS Saint-Etienne until 2021, Romain Hamouma awaits a sign from his leaders. Otherwise, the Saint-Etienne striker is not ruling out the possibility of leaving this summer, at the risk of sacrificing his conversion clause.
The season has started well for Romain Hamouma. A time announced starting, the striker of AS Saint-Etienne started the first two matches of Ligue 1, with a double scored against Lorient (2-0). Difficult to find a better argument to convince his superiors. Indeed, the former Caennais has entered the last year of his contract and only moderately appreciates this uncertain situation. That’s why the Stéphanois is waiting for an extension offer in the coming weeks. Otherwise a departure will be considered, even if it means sacrificing its conversion clause with the Greens.
” I am happy to have a conversion clause at the club. But this is not my last season cause I feel great, Hamouma told L’Equipe. I am not physically on the streets, I kept this ability to make differences and this desire to be on the ground to help my team. I’m still capable of it, if the club gives me the chance. We’ll see in the coming weeks if I’m lucky enough to extend me. Otherwise, I’ll have to go. And once I see that the other players are going faster than me, then I will stop. The 33-year-old striker can actually wait to think about retirement.