Ghana striker Majeed Abdul Waris has signed a permanent contract with French Ligue side Racing Club Strasbourg ahead of the forthcoming season, GHANASoccernet.com can exclusively confirm.
Waris, 28, joined the Alsace-based outfit on a loan deal from Portuguese giants FC Porto during the January market.
The pacy frontman quickly established himself as a key cog at the club, hitting the back of the twine on two occasions in 7 appearances before the campaign was cancelled due to coronavirus crisis.
The Ghana international’s performance prompted Strasbourg manager Thierry Laurey to push the board to sign the striker on a permanent deal.
Reports reaching Ghana’s biggest football portal, GHANASoccernet.com indicate that the former Spartak Moscow poacher has penned a two-year contract with the Racers in the ongoing transfer window.
The deal is reported to be worth €2 million with the option to extend for one year.
He has previously played for Ghanaian side Right to Dream Academy, BK Häcken, Spartak Moscow, Valenciennes, Trabzonspor, Lorient, and Nantes.
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