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Sports MLS: Transfer confirmed for Saphir Taïder

16:35  18 october  2020
16:35  18 october  2020 Source:   football365.fr

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Taider is expected to fill the void in central midfield left by Blerim Dzemaili, who returned to Bologna this offseason after spending the 2017 MLS campaign on loan to Montreal. "It's an excellent signing for our club because Saphir is both young and has a lot of experience on the European stage," Impact coach

Saphir Sliti Taïder (Arabic: سفير سليتي تايدر‎; born 29 February 1992) is an Algerian professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Saudi Professional League side Al-Ain

Saphir Taïder left the Montreal Impact this week for Al-Aïn, promoted to the Saudi elite. Return on the transfer of the Algerian international.

FOOTBALL : Montreal Impact Vs New England Revolution - MLS - 29/02/2020 © Provided by Mercato 365 FOOTBALL: Montreal Impact Vs New England Revolution - MLS - 02/29/2020 First announced on social networks by the Saudi club, the transfer of Algerian international Saphir Taïder to Al- Ain FC has been formalized by the management of the Impact Montreal for an undisclosed amount. The midfielder will have played in nearly three seasons in Montreal 76 games in MLS, including 75 starts, for a record of 20 goals 21 assists. Marked by the coronavirus pandemic, , the health protocols under which the current season in MLS is contested, contributed to the departure of the Algerian . The fact that the Impact had to play exclusively in the United States, first during the MLS tournament is back

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Saphir Taider is the brother of Nabil Taïder (FC Blagnac). More News. MLS is Back Taïder the match-winner - Henry's Montreal Impact eliminate DC United.

Saphir Taïder statistics and career statistics, live SofaScore ratings, Heatmap and goal video highlights may be available on SofaScore for some of Saphir If Saphir Taïder is going to be in Impact Montreal lineup, it will be confirmed on SofaScore one hour before the match starts. When it starts, you will be

, in Orlando, then partly in New Jersey for his "local matches" since the end of September, was difficult for Taïder in view of his family situation . At the start of the pandemic, the player had to send his pregnant wife and three children to France. After the childbirth, customs problems had delayed the return of her family, who remained stuck in France for several weeks. Taïder made it clear at the time that if the Impact were to go into exile in the United States, he had little motivation to participate at the end of the season away from home, adding, however, that he did not plan to request a transfer. Taïder will keep good memories This transfer is therefore more of a family nature than a sporting one . "An opportunity presented itself and the club worked to satisfy Saphir Taïder's wishes," said Impact sporting director Olivier Renard in the official press release. We understand better why, while he was able to find the Montreal eleven last week after an injury, the Algerian midfielder has finally never returned to the game. In the same press release, Taïder also admitted that he was was acting an opportunity he could not refuse , while also admitting that he was leaving Montreal heartbroken. “I felt really good in this club and my family was very good in this city, he said. I will keep wonderful memories. I want to thank my teammates, the staff, Olivier Renard, Thierry Henry, the owner Joey Saputo who did everything for my family and me, here and in Bologna, and finally the supporters who made me feel at home as soon as I arrived . It's just a goodbye ... Why not come back one day. » A substantial salary savings As designated player, Saphir Taïder earned nearly $ 1.5 million this season with the Impact. With one more year remaining in his contract, which would have brought him double (3 million) according to some sources, the management of the Montreal club achieves a substantial salary savings. This should give him additional leeway for recruitment for the 2021 season, taking into account the salary cap to be respected in MLS. In a context where the structure of the club begins to be put in place since the arrival of the sporting director Olivier Renard, there is no doubt that this transfer can be seen logically in the perspective of building the team for the future, in line with what its new leaders have in mind about its philosophy.

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