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Kerala Blasters FC set to rope in Noah Sadaoui from FC Goa ahead of 2024-2025 season

Kerala Blasters FC set to sign Noah Sadaoui on a 2-year deal ISL transfer news 2024-2025

Kochi based Indian Super League (ISL) outfit Kerala Blasters FC is set to rope in FC Goa's Moroccan attacker Noah Sadaoui on a multi-year deal ahead of the new Indian Super League 2024-2025 season.

Noah Sadaoui has one of the best player for the FC Goa side and in the Indian Super League, and as per exclusive update from The Bridge, the Moroccan forward has decided to pen a 2-years long deal with the Southern side, who reportedly reached an agreement with the club in February, 2024.

With the deal with the Moroccan forward almost but done deal, questions arise over many forward player of the Kerala Blasters FC side. Striker Dimitrios Diamantakos, Adrian Luna and Daisuke Sakai are all without a contract going into the summer 2024.

Noah Sadaoui, since arriving in 2022 with the FC Goa team, has been one of the best forward player in the league and also a very important member of the Goa side. Sadaoui has featured in 17 matches for FC Goa this season in the Indian Super League (ISL) and has scored 6 goals and 3 assists.

Noah Sadaoui is a former Morocco international player who was born on 14th September in 1993 in Casablanca. In his youth career, Noah played for the likes of Wydad Casablanca, New York Red Bulls, Saint Benedict's and Saint Peter's.

He signed for Israeli side Maccabi Haifa in 2013 and was sent straight on loan to Hapoel Kfar Saba. After things didn't work for him there, he signed for Ajax Cape Town in South Africa, where he scored 3 goals 3 matches but parted ways to join USA's Maimi United. He year later, he joined Real España in Honduras. But a couple of weeks later, he decided to join Al-Khaburah in Oma after España's coach announced that Sadaoui was waived from the squad.

After stints with various Omani clubs, Noah Sadaoui returned to his homeland and signed for Mouloudia in 2019. In 2020, Sadaoui signed a three-year contract with Raja Casablanca but left the team in 2021 to join FAR Rabat. He eventually landed in India with FC Goa in 2022 and scored 9 goals and 9 assists in 20 appearances in the Indian Super League. He was awarded the Street Baller of the League award for his brilliant performance that season.

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