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El Adoua opts for Levante

Issam El Adoua has opted to sign for Levante after previously being linked with a move to the Premier League.

Last Updated: 01/07/13 at 12:29 Post Comment

Issam El Adoua: Looking forward to taking on a new challenge in Spain

Issam El Adoua: Looking forward to taking on a new challenge in Spain

The Morocco international defender was reported to be a target for West Bromwich Albion and Fulham.

He has, however, agreed to leave Victoria Guimares and pen a two-year deal with Levante.

El Adoua admits he had favoured a switch to England initially, but is convinced that his career can blossom in Spain.

He said: "I wanted to choose an English club until Levante came in.

"They showed that they want me more than the English clubs so I have come to a club where African players have done well in the past.

"I can help the club in two different positions, so my versatility is something they have thought about."

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