Has agreed on a one-year contract with the Russian club.
The Norwegian national team defender Haitam Aleesami (29) continues his career in Russian football, where he becomes a teammate with Mathias Normann (24) in FC Rostov.
Aleesami has agreed with Rostov on a one-year contract, after Nettavisen was informed on Saturday morning.
The transfer was later confirmed by the Russian club via social media.
The online newspaper has not succeeded in contacting Aleesami’s agent Mike Kjølø or the player himself.
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The left-back has been clubless since leaving French side Amiens this summer.
Amiens was forced to relegation from Ligue 1 without completing the 2019-20 season in France. Aleesami chose to use a clause in the contract that allowed him to terminate the agreement in the event of a relegation.
Before this autumn’s international matches, the 29-year-old has trained with various Norwegian clubs.
Earlier this autumn, the English Championship club Blackburn were interested in signing Aleesami.
Blackburn went instead for another left-back when the English transfer window closed on Friday. Scottish Barry Douglas (31) was then brought in from Leeds on a loan deal for the rest of the season.