Pawel Cibicki’s agent Nochi Hamasor is unlikely to be granted an agent’s license after Fotbollskanalen reported he’s spent time in prison.
Last month we covered claims from Sweden that the Leeds United player’s representative was operating as an unlicensed agent.
Fotbollskanalen report Hamasor was imprisoned for seven months after purchasing a Rolex watch, with the credit card bearing his name was linked to another person’s bank account.
The Swedish media outlet claim the Swedish FA will now find it impossible to approve Hamasor’s license when their new agents register is set up by next summer. His actions have also brought him to the attention of the Swedish Tax Agency.
Asked about his imprisonment in 2010, Cibicki’s agent is quoted by Fotbollskanalen as saying: “I have no comments about what you call me. I do not know why you call me. Send me a written email and let my lawyers hear from you.”
Hamasor only became Cibicki’s agent in May, a few months before his move to Leeds United, but these allegations are likely to put doubts on whether he will continue to represent the 23 year old or other players in the future, say Fotbollskanalen.
The Swede joined Leeds United towards the end of the last window for a fee in the region of 20m Krona (around £1.9m), and despite starting against Burnley in the EFL Cup, the young attacker has struggled to get games with the Championship side.