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Football | Africa

Saladin Said © Action Images

Lierse sign Saladin Said



The Belgium side Lierse has announced that they have reached an agreement with Ethiopian attacker Saladin Said to wear their kit after this transfer window.

The Club who owned by the Egyptian Businessman Maged Samy published that they coined an agreement with Saladin and he will join the team after the ending of Afcon.

Ethiopia with one point will play a crucial match against Nigeria on Tuesday in group C at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium.

Sources at the Wadi Degla club where Saladin plays confirmed this to supersport.com and said that they accepted to the deal with Lierse and that their attacker will leave after the Afcon.

The Walya Antelopes striker is one of the promising players in the Egyptian League since he joined in 2011 . He has scored 20 goals to date .

Saladin started his career at Saint George in 2007 before playing in the Egyptian League and remains one of the most important players on the Ethiopian National team.

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