Oussama Haddadi has agreed to depart Ligue 1 outfit Dijon to sign a one-year contract with Saudi Professional League side Al Ettifaq. The 27-year-old Tunisia international defender has spent two-and-a-half years with the Mustards after joining in January 2017 from Club Africain.
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Haddadi has made 78 league appearances, scoring three goals for Dijon, including two in 32 in the 2018-19 campaign as the side finished 18th in the table and face a relegation play-off clash against Ligue 2 side RC Lens in order to remain a top-flight side.
Before Haddadi moves to Al Ettifaq, he is set to be involved in Tunisia’s 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt this summer as the Carthage Eagles have been paired along with Angola, Mali and Mauritania in Group E.