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Ghanaian defender John Boye's contract with Turkish top-flight side Sivasspor ended last month and he might be leaving the red and whites.
The 31 year old who joined Sivasspor in 2015 has spent three years with the club helping them gain promotion to the top flight last season. However, following three successful seasons at the club it is yet to be decided if he stays or leaves.
Meanwhile, Boye is joined by Senegalese Henri Saviet and Thievy Bifouma as the other Africans at the club whose contyract has run out.
Brazilian Auremir Dos Santos and Ukrainian Serhiy Rybalka complete the list of players whose contract have expired. '
The Club is expected to meet with the players during pre-season to discuss their future.
John Boye has played 51 times for Sivasspor since joining from Kayseri and has scored 7 times for the club.
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