Kenya's Harambee Stars are to face Mali tonight in an explosive game for the World Cup qualifiers at the capital of the country.
However, one of the biggest stars in the country, Yves Bissouma who also plays in the English Premier League is said to have been taken into custody.
The Premier League Star will not be among the Malian Squad that will be facing Harambee Stars tonight according to reliable reports
The Malian International is said to have been arrested over assault claims by a woman that is yet to be identified by the media.
The star could be seen in cuffs being led away after the arrest that happened yesterday night at an undisclosed place.
Yves Bissouma is a Manchester United target and the current Center Defense Midfielder for Brighton Hove and Albion that has been performing excellently this season.
Earlier on, Mali had reported that Bissouma was injured and could not make it for the home and away fixture against Kenya.
Manchester City star was also recently arrested under similar claims and a former player for the same club, Adam Johnson was also convicted a few months back.
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