World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkey's Galatasaray soccer club signed a five-year contract with Moroccan player Nordin Amrabat.
The club stated on Thursday that it reached an agreement with Amrabat for five soccer seasons starting from 2012-2013 season.
Galatasaray will pay eight million euro to Amrabat's former club Kayserispor as well as 600,000 euro to the previous club PSV Eindhoven.
Amrabat, born in 1987, is a Dutch-Moroccan football player. On January 3, 2011 Amrabat had signed for Turkish club Kayserispor on a four and a half year deal for 1.1 million euro.
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