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Alexandre Song has completed his move to Arta/Solar7

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Cameroon international midfielder Alexandre Song has completed his move to Arta/Solar7, a club in the Djibouti Premier League

The former Arsenal and Barcelona midfielder was rumoured to have agred a deal with the Djiboutian side Arta/Solar7 which turns out to be true.

Alexandre Song, 33 years old has been without a club since being dismissed by his Swiss club FC Sion for refusing the idea of pay cut amidst the corona virus pandemic. He was dismissed with 8 of his other team mates as they claimed the Sion board was unprofessional to demand pay cut through WhatsApp messages.

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The former Barcelona, Arsenal and West Ham midfielder publicly declared last week that he has agreed a two years deal with Arta/Solar7. He also said he signing for Djiboutian club [Arta/Solar7], is to promote Djiboutian football.

Alexandre Song arrived Djibouti today, 11/11/2020 to pen down his signature with Arta/Solar7.

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Arta/Solar7 emerged fourth in last season’s Djibouti Premier League which helped them qualify for the CAF confederations Cup Preliminary round. They will face Al Mokawloon (Arab Cont.)

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