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As transfer stunts go, Royal Antwerp star Didier Lamkel Ze has certainly put a lot of time and effort into his attempt to force through a move this month.
The Cameroon international is reportedly wanted by Greek giants Panathinaikos and the player is seemingly intent on making it happen.
And, in an ambitious attempt to force through a move, the 24-year-old ace bizarrely reported for training by wearing the purple strip of Antwerp's Belgian rivals Anderlecht.
Unsurprisingly, the striker was refused entry inside the club's training HQ, with security staff barricading the doors as he attempted to gain access.
Pictures show the striker, who wore Yannick Bolasie's name on the back of his shirt, desperately attempt to pull open the doors but two security staff prevented him from doing so.
And it isn't the first time this footballer has pulled off a stunt like this.
The striker was this week forced to apologise to Antwerp after turning up for training on Tuesday in a Germinal Beerschot shirt.
He said: "I want to apologise to the club and to the Antwerp supporters, because they are magnificent and wonderful supporters, they have always supported me.
“If I reacted like this is because my head was somewhere.
"It was not easy for me. I really, really want to apologise for this gesture. I do not forget neither my teammates in the locker room, the technical staff who have supported me since my arrival here.
"I am available for the club if the new coach needs me. I hope to find the supporters very soon on the pitch. "
Lamkel Ze has spent two years with Antwerp and has contributed 11 goals and nine assists in all competitions.
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He isn't the first footballer to be involved in an hilarious transfer stunt, Peter Odemwingie infamously turning up to QPR's training ground only for the move to fall through.
The striker, then of West Brom, thought he had secured a switch in January 2013 and drove to Loftus Road believing he would complete the formalities on the deal.
But he was left outside the stadium in his car and refused entry after both clubs maintained a fee had not been agreed.
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