Ghanaian international, Haminu Draman has secured a move away from Gençlerbirliği SK in Turkey as he now heads to Russia for the coming season.
The Black Stars attacker joins Russian side, FC Locomotiv Moskva after Gençlerbirliği offered him for €3million.
But the decision to sell Haminu Draman has left cracks within the Turkisk side with Ersun Yanal leaving his role as coach of Gençlerbirliği SK after just over a week in charge of the Turkish Süper Lig outfit.
Yanal, who had previously been coach of Gençlerbirliği in 2002/03 before leaving to become national team coach, signed a three-year contract with the club on 1 June.
The 46-year-old has decided to cancel the deal however after disagreeing with the club's decision to sell midfielder Haminu Draman to FC Locomotiv Moskva.
"The chairman's promises seem to have changed from the way they were before the agreement we made. We would like to be a strong team but we sold Draman. He (Cavcav) wants to try some players on trial in the meantime but this is not the way that I work," said Yanal.