Latest Football News – Naïm Sliti is no longer an L1 player. The Dijon playmaker joins this Sunday the Saudi club Al-Ettifaq. The transfer fee would be EUR 5 million.
Tunisian midfielder Dijon (Ligue 1) Naïm Sliti has signed a three-year contract with Al-Ettifaq (Saudi Arabia), announced Sunday the club Burgundy, for an amount of five million euros, according to a source close . The 27-year-old joined Saudi Arabia’s first-division club with two former Dijon team-mates: Tunisian international Oussama Haddadi and Central African international Cédric Yambéré, who have already left in the offseason.
Sliti, 39 selections, joined the DFCO in the form of a loan from Lille in the 2017/2018 season. Author of a season deemed “convincing” (31 games, 7 goals), he then committed with Dijon until June 2022. Last season, he participated in 37 games, scoring five goals including two decisive achievements during from the return barrage facing RC Lens. Dijon opened the championship with a defeat at home against Saint-Etienne on Saturday night (2-1).