Anis Hadj-Moussa (Patro) signs for five seasons with Feyenoord (Maasmechelen)

Anis Hadj-Moussa (Patro) signs for five seasons with Feyenoord (Maasmechelen)
Anis Hadj-Moussa (Patro) signs for five seasons with Feyenoord (Maasmechelen)

Stijn Stijnen and Anis Hadj-Moussa in Feyenoord. — © Patro Eisden


Anis Hadj-Moussa (22) has signed a five-year contract with Feyenoord. Previously there was talk of a transfer amount of 3.5 million euros, according to certain sources it would even be 4 million. Although neither Feyenoord nor Patro wants to reveal the transfer fee.

At Patro they are already talking about a record sum for the club coffers and Anis Hadj-Moussa would now even be the second most expensive player ever from 1B after Vinicius Souza (ex-Lommel SK). “We are proud that we can deliver a player to one of the best clubs in the Netherlands. This transfer is a highlight in the history of our club that should not be underestimated. A milestone,” says Patro coach Stijn Stijnen, who was also present in Rotterdam when the contract was signed.

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Anis Hadj-Moussa has made a huge leap in his career in less than a year. Signed from Olympic Charleroi by Patro last summer, he transferred – on a rental basis – to sister club Vitesse at the beginning of February. There, the French-Algerian winger – recently also an Algerian international – immediately made a splash. With two goals and two assists, he is involved in one third of Vitesse’s goals in his matches. It immediately aroused interest among the top clubs in the Dutch Eredivisie, where Feyenoord Rotterdam won the argument.

READ ALSO. Roots in Algiers, born in Paris, footballer for Patro: Anis Hadj-Moussa is “proud to be a Parisian”

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The article is in Dutch

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