Berlin, June 13 (IANS) Norway international Mohammed Abdelloue will join Stuttgart from Hannover until July 2017.
The former Hannover striker Abdelloue will wear the Stuttgart jersey next season as he put pen to paper on a four-year deal in this regard Wednesday. The 27-year-old is of Moroccan descent and played three years for Hannover, scoring 29 goals in 80 appearances, reports Xinhua.
“I am pleased that we were able to sign Mohammed. He is an internationally experienced player with exceptional skills. With him we are more flexible in our offence,” Stuttgart’s sporting director Fredi Bobic said.
The new arrival will wear jersey No.25 to reinforce Stuttgart’s offence, composed of Bosnian international Vedad Ibisevic and Germany international Cacau.
“I was very excited about the offer and wanted to come here. Stuttgart is a great club with many great players and tradition. For me, the transfer is a big step forward. Thus, I am looking forward to the next years with Stuttgart,” Abdelloue said.
Since 2008, he is part of the Norway national football team to make six goals in 25 caps.
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