He denies having any knowledge of the attack on Kheira Hamraoui. Cesar M, advisor by Aminata Diallo and partner of Kadidiatou Diani, reacted this Friday on the program “Touche pas à mon poste” by denying any involvement in this matter. “There is no pact,” he said, questioned by the program’s columnists.
Cesar M. is not currently on trial in the Kheira Hamraoui case. Close to Aminata Diallo, however, he would have exchanged many times with the Parisian player, who would have entrusted him with his hatred towards his partner and his intention to harm him, as Le Parisien revealed on Tuesday.
“I advise players within PSG and other clubs, in France and abroad (…) on sports performance and everyday life. I only take on the sports negotiation part and I have a structure on the Belgian side, with whom I collaborate, and it is her. who signs the contracts, ”he explained on the set, assisted by his lawyer.
“I have nothing to do, neither close nor far, in this story”
“Aminata is close, I will not deny it. (…) But I have nothing to do with this story, neither closely nor remotely, ”he said immediately. Interrogated by Cyril Hanouna, he maintains that he recovered Kadidiatou Diani the night after Kheira Hamraoui was attacked, he returned to his house and slept. According to him, his name appears “in simple sports reviews”, while he is “at the head of two players named to the Ballon d’Or”.
“He was heard by the police and was released, considered a free witness (…). He was never arrested”, insisted Jonas Haddad, his lawyer.
Cependant, les écoutes policières permettent également de lui attribuer des declarations belliqueuses à l’égard de plusieurs personnes, de Kheira Hamraoui au staff de l’équipe de France féminine, et sa sélectionneuse Corinne Diacre: «Je te jure Ami, il faut leur faire war ! “, I would have assured in particular.
Nor would he have hesitated to raise the threat of a scandal that would tarnish the reputation of coach Didier Ollé-Nicolle and, by extension, that of PSG, in order to obtain promotion from the club and those close to him. of your recommended player. He explained that he had heard from his partner “rumors”. César M. said that he was going to file a defamation lawsuit against Le Parisien and the weekly Le Point following the revelations.