“In two-sided agreement, the SV Sandhausen and attacker Daniel Keita-Reel dissolved the existing contract with immediate effect,” the club had to know on Thursday, after a good one and a half years for the striker at the second division concludes. After his release-free change from the SPVGG Greuther Fürth in the summer of 2020, Keita-Rul first provided what he was brought from the SVS: Goals. Twelve goals in 31 second league games. But this season it just did not want to run for the 32-year-old. Ten inserts, a gate and the division concludes average grade 4.06 witnesses that Keita-Ruel had not come into the corridors before the winter break – and therefore a transfer candidate for the winter. “He is still released by the training and will no longer play for the SVS,” the sporting director Mikayil Kabaca had clarified in early February. After the transfoil is closed in Germany, the attacker remains only a change abroad.