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Defensive midfielder of the Turkish first division, Ferencvaros confirmed

Defensive midfielder of the Turkish first division, Ferencvaros confirmed

Defensive midfielder of the Turkish first division, Ferencvaros confirmed

Ferencváros, champion and captain of the OTP Bank Liga Football League, confirmed the presence of the defensive midfielder from the Turkish First Division. Green and white club website According to Wednesday’s report, Algerian Mehdi Boujemaa, who was born in France, was part of the Hatayspor team, but his association withdrew from the Premier League due to the earthquakes that struck Turkey and Syria.

We know the Haticespor team, and we have a good relationship with them. We also had a meeting with the coach in November, and watched their game, and that’s how we got to know Mehdi. When the unfortunate natural disaster happened, we were on our guard, watching to see if a situation could arise in which we could react. In the character of Mehdi, we have a very positive midfielder with good technique in our team

said sporting director Tamas Hajnal. The sports director of the current M1 channel revealed: The footballer arrived on loan with an option to buy, which is what the club desperately needed after the departure of Issa Lidouni and the injury of Muhammad Pesic, because the new signing plays with great dynamism and dynamism. The area between the 16s. Ferencvaros, who are preparing for the Europa League round of 16 in March, sold Issa Lidouni from midfield during the winter transfer window, but acquired Peter Barth on loan on Tuesday ahead of Mehdi Boujema. The offensive line was previously strengthened with Owusu Kwabena, while the defense was strengthened with Minty Abena.

We tried to sign Peter Barth in every window of the last year and a half. We are looking for opportunities to prove talented but already tried Hungarian footballers. We open the door, but they have to break into the team

– said Hagnall about the national team player from Debrecen, who added that the decision on the future of Barth, who is currently suffering from a slight injury, is in the hands of the Federal Trade Commission.

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