Tunisia’s Oussama Haddadi joins Al Ettifaq
Haddadi kicked-off his career with Tunisian giants Club Africain in 2009 where he played for eight years, making 103 appearances and winning the league and the cup along the way.
The 27-year-old then joined French side Dijon FCO, where he made 84 appearances scoring three goals and providing five assists. In his first season with Les Rouges they finished 11th.
However, the following season the side struggled with results and finished 18th in the league, meaning that they will have to play the relegation play-offs against Ligue 2 side RC Lens.
The left-back also represented Tunisia on the international level on 15 occasions, including an appearance against Panama in the World Cup group stages. He was also selected in Tunisia’s foreign-based squad set to participate in the upcoming AFCON.
Haddadi will now join Saudi side Al Ettifaq who finished 11th in the 16-team Saudi Professional League.
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