Diarra joins Rennes on loan

West Ham midfielder Alou Diarra has joined French club Rennes on loan for the rest of the season.

Last Updated: 31/01/13 at 21:16 Post Comment

Alou Diarra: At Rennes for rest of the season

Alou Diarra: At Rennes for rest of the season

Diarra, 31, joined West Ham last summer from Marseille, but picked up a thigh injury in training in September and has played just once for the club.

Diarra, who has 44 caps for France to his name, has spent most of his career in France, most notably in a successful spell at Bordeaux between 2007 and 2011.

Rennes will be the sixth Ligue 1 side Diarra has played for, following Le Havre, Bastia, Lens, Lyon, Bordeaux and Marseille.


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