Moroccan wing joins the Spanish Seville
International winger Osama El Idrissi joined the convoy of Moroccan players in the ranks of Seville, Spain, after signing a contract with the Andalusian club until 2025 from Alkmaar, the Netherlands.
Seville announced on Monday that the player born in Bergen or Zoom in the Netherlands signed a contract with the club "until 2025". He usually plays on the left side, but he can move to the opposite side.
Press reports estimated the value of the deal at about 12 million euros, making El Idrissi the fourth Moroccan in Sevilla after goalkeeper Yassin Bono, Youssef Alnasiri and Mounir Haddadi new signing of the
camp "Atlas lions."
began Idrissi (24 years) industry named at the
Academy Club Feyenoord honored and stayed with him between 2012 and 2015 and was
elevated to first -
class old nineteenth when he
contracted with Groningen .
His prominence allowed him to move to Alkmaar in the summer of 2018, scoring 8 goals and 7 assists in 32 in his first season, and was the best scorer in the Cup with six goals in five matches.
At the international level, he carried the colors of the Dutch national team in various age groups up to the under-21 squad, before choosing to represent the Moroccan national team in 2018. He played his last seventh international match in the African Nations Cup qualifiers against Malawi on 19 October 2019.
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