Nicosia: Jordan national team forward Musa Al Taamari has completed a move to Belgian top flight outfit Oud-Heverlee Leuven, the club announced on Monday.
This will be the 23-year-old winger's second stint in Europe after playing two seasons in Cyprus with APOEL, where he assisted the club to the 2018-2019 Cypriot League and 2019 Super Cup.
Al Taamari started his career in Jordan with Shabab Al Ordon in 2016 and made his international debut the same year, featuring in three matches in the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 and scoring against Syria in the group stage.
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"I'm so happy with the move to this new club and so glad to be here in Belgium," said Al Taamari.
"I will hopefully give all that is required from my side and I'm proud of the support from all Jordanian fans."
OH Leuven technical director Wim De Corte praised the qualities of the Jordanian international.
“We can be proud that we brought Musa to Leuven,” said De Corte. “He has a lot of qualities and after an adaptation period, he will become a nice addition to our squad.”
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