Former football player Dylan Duby has admitted to Belgian police that he was paid €10,000 (£8,645/$12,115) to murder entrepreneur Frank Goes, who was stabbed to death in the street last year.
The 24-year-old, who previously played for Belgian club RUS Givry as a midfielder until 2019, admitted to his part in the killing of the 54-year-old businessman who was stabbed to death on September 29th last year in the municipality of Jette as he was leaving the offices of his business for the evening.
According to a report from Sudinfo, Duby confessed to his part in the plot and named an intermediary who gave him the contract for the killing. The businessman is said not to have been the only person on the hitlist and from information provided by Duby, police issued three more arrest warrants in the case.
Duby was identified in connection to the murder along with another