Colin Kazim-Richards has been transfer listed by his club, Feyenoord, after the former Arsenal youngster threatened to beat up a Dutch journalist.
Kazim-Richards was at Arsenal from 1998 until 2001 before moving on to Bury where he was handed a professional contract.
The Turkish international clashed with the journo in front of his manager, former Arsenal player Giovanni van Bronckhorst, who then promptly dropped him from the team and stuck him up for sale.
Kazim-Richards, 29, confronted Algemeen Dagbald at a press conference after the journalist had allegedly written an article claiming that neither the club nor their sponsors were happy with the player and how he was behaving so KR threatened to have the journalist beaten up by his friends in the car park.
We always find that the best way to defend poor behaviour is by acting even worse, don’t you?
The player will not be sacked, but with 18 months left on his contract, he’s probably hoping a buyer comes in for him during this window.
He has previously played for Bury, Brighton, Sheffield United, Fenerbahce, Toulouse, Galatsaray, Olympiakos, Blackburn, and Buraspor in addition to being at QPR and Arsenal as a kid.