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Oliech set for Ligue 1 move



Harambee Stars skipper Dennis Oliech is set for a move back to Ligue 1 side AC Ajaccio from his current club Auxerre.

Oliech has been seeking a move back to the top flight after his intended move to Turkish side Kasimpasa failed to materialise last season.

A close source privy to the discussion between the two parties intimated to supersport.com that the talks were positive and that he was sure to make the move.

"Oliech has been in very positive talks with Ajaccio who has been keen to have him onboard and from the look of things he will be moving before the transfer window closes," the source who sort anonymity intimated to supersport.com.

Ajaccio are currently 16th in the 20 team Ligue 1 where Oliech once played for Nantes before moving to Auxerre who were relegated in 2012.



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