Feyenoord pays millions for Anis Hadj-Moussa from Patro Eisden: “Milestone for club”

Feyenoord pays millions for Anis Hadj-Moussa from Patro Eisden: “Milestone for club”
Feyenoord pays millions for Anis Hadj-Moussa from Patro Eisden: “Milestone for club”
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Things are moving quickly for Anis Hadj-Moussa. The 22-year-old Algerian winger played in the first round of the Challenger Pro League with Patro Eisden Maasmechelen, and during the winter break he went to Vitesse in the Dutch Eredivisie. And there he made such an impression that Feyenoord signed him for 5 years.

Hadj-Moussa came over on a free transfer last summer to Patro Eisden Maasmechelen from first national team Olympic Charleroi. With the newly promoted team of coach Stijn Stijnen, he was good for 1 goal and 2 assists in 16 competition matches. He helped ensure that the Limburg club is at the top of the sub-top.

His performance made an impression and the right winger also wanted to move up, on February 1 he went on loan to Vitesse, a tail team in the Netherlands. There he scored twice in 9 matches and provided 2 assists. Last month, Hadj-Moussa made his debut for the Algerian national team.

And his success story doesn’t stop there. Today Patro Eisden reached an agreement with the Dutch champion Feyenoord. “For a record amount,” reports coach Stijn Stijnen. He does not mention a price, but 3.5 million euros are circulating in the Dutch media.

“We are proud that we can deliver a player to one of the best clubs in the Netherlands,” praises Stijnen. “This transfer is a highlight – a milestone! – in the history of our club.”

Hadj-Moussa signs a 5-season contract in Rotterdam. He will start working there in June. In his youth he played in France, Olympic Charleroi plucked him from RC Lens B.

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