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rebondissement karim hafezAfter several failures in the negotiations between his club, Lierse SK (Belgium), and Racing Club de Lens, the 21-year-old left side will, according to, finally put on the blood-and-gold jersey. 


The player must be loaned again, but with a call option included in the transaction. Hafez is even expected for a medical visit to Lens on the 10th of August, but without formalization, it is necessary to do so as soon as possible.

This summer, discussions have taken place with Freiburg, still interested in the recent days according to the German press. The player has not been used by Lierse since the beginning of the season. The Belgian club sought to part with it to collect a significant sum of money, but obviously, the watch turns ...


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ibrahim amada mca

The Mouloudia of Algiers closed its summer market and everyone agrees that the recruitment operation is quite satisfactory. Indeed, the team has recorded the arrival of six players (seven if we take into account the maintenance of Mansouri) and the promotion of three players in first team, namely goalkeeper Yaïci midfielder Kasdi and The striker Amachi.


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It is now official. Raouf Benguit will continue the adventure with the Red and Black. He signed yesterday a new contract of one year in the form of loan of his formation club, the Paradou AC.
For his first season in Ligue 1 Mobilis, Raouf Benguit has shone great potential and the least one can say, it was one of the great revelations of the season. Despite his young age and despite the stiff competition that exists in his position, he succeeded in establishing himself as an indisputable starter for Paul Put Team. A good season that motivated the club president Rebouh Haddad to do everything possible to extend his loan period for at least another season.



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Emmanuel Eboué trains in Hungary but is determined to return to the country where he spent seven years with the Gunners.
The former Arsenal defender Emanuel Eboue turned to the Premier League after a year of suspense; Punished by FIFA for failing to pay his former agent 1 million euros of expenses, he wants now to return to English football as soon as possible.
He has trained with the Ferencvaros of Hungary since June.
While Eboue is happy in Budapest, a source close to the player explained that his goal is to restart his career in the English top flight, where he spent seven years with the Gunners before moving to Galatasaray in 2011.
He is planning an imminent visit to London, where his son plays for the junior divisions of Arsenal, in order to find a new club.
On Tuesday, he was sidelined by his Hungarian team Vac FC, due to Ferencvaros's pre-season trip to Denmark. Vac is owned by English billionaire John Williams.
Eboue, 34, has admitted leaving football for over a year, but he remains positive and hopes to have to rewrite his story again at an English club.