Algerian international football player Sofiane Hanni has officially left Belgian club Anderlecht and will play during the next 4 to 5 years for the Russian club of Spartak Moscow.
The news of the transfer was confirmed by reliable sources. Spartak put a bid of 5.5 million euros in the last instance, but the offer was further hiked.
Sofiane Hanni was Sunday evening yet the great giant player on the pitch of the Standard squad.
The three decisive goals Hanni delivered for Anderlecht, allowed his team to wrench a tie after the past few empty weeks.
But the difficult relationship with the Anderlecht “paarswitte” supporters has surely prompted Sofiane Hanni to eventually to quit the Belgian club and to join the Muscovites.
The player himself, not even a year ago became father of Camila, has first doubted Moscow as a residing place for his family.
Now, it turns out that he is nevertheless convinced about his future stay in the Russian capital due to Spartak’s enticing offer.
Spartak Moscow’s bid of 5.5 million euros has been raised for recruiting the Algerian international player.
As a recall, talented left-winger Sofiane Hanni was the man of the evening at Sclessin stadium thanks to his gorgeous hat-trick scored versus Standard de Liege earlier this week in an away match as part of the first-league Belgian championship.