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Done deal: Red Devil Mousa Dembélé moved for three years to the Chinese Guanghzou R&F

9e91036e76746ad41325dc4ca0c716cf - Done deal: Red Devil Mousa Dembélé moved for three years to the Chinese Guanghzou R&F

The transfer of Mousa Dembélé to the Chinese Guanghzou R&F is completed. The Red Devil leaves the English Tottenham after 6.5 years and would be around 9 million euros per year, and that for three years, earn.

The 31-year-old Mousa Dembélé would be Tottenham Hotspur twelve million results. Tom De Mul and Yama Sharifi (A-Group Sports Career Management) could today the deal to complete.

For the technical gifted midfielder there is in China a contract for multiple seasons ready, that to him every year about ten million euro would produce. Initially, Dembélé on the way to Beijing Guoan, but the deal fell through and came to Guangzhou R&F, where the former Yugoslav international Dragan Stojkovic trainer, come in. At the second club from Guangzhou with Renatinho, Junior Urso, Dusko Tosic and Eran Zahavi all four foreigners under contract, and so there will be another one to leave.

The Red Devil will leave the Spurs after 6.5 seasons. He signed in London in the summer of 2012. The Acquisition proved quickly to become an important pawn in the team and came to a total of up to 249 official matches (and ten goals). The last few years, ever since the midfielder more and more with minor injuries. Over the past 2.5 months, he stood to the side with a stubborn ankle injury. Tottenham made at the beginning of January is known that Dembélé the group training could resume, but his last performance in competition is dated 3 november.

“Tottenham is family”

On the website of the club he took leave in an emotional interview: “Tottenham is after all these years, family has become, it is also nice to be so farewell to be able to take. Even the supporters wished me luck.”

The 82-fold Red-Devil played earlier in his career for Germinal Beerschot, (2004-2005), Willem II (2005-2006), AZ (2006-2010) and Fulham (2010-2012).

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