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Tottenham Hotspur buys Mido from Roma for 6.75 mln eur

Wed, 30th Aug 2006 14:45

MILAN (AFX) - Italian football club AS Roma said it has reached an agreeme
nt to sell the Egyptian striker Hossam Hussein Abdelhamid Ahmed, known as Mido, to Tottenham Hotspur Football and Athletic Co Ltd for 6.75 mln eur.

Mido has been playing with Spurs since Jan 2005 thanks to an 18-month loan deal granted by the Italian club.

The player had expressed his reluctance to return to Roma and to remain with the London club.


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