Mohamed Sissoko joins Hong Kong champions Kitchee

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The former Liverpool midfielder has announced his move to the Bluewaves after leaving the Mexican outfit

Mohamed Sissoko has joined reigning Hong Kong Premier League champions Kitchee on a year contract from Atletico San Luis.

The 33-year-old Mali international made only 14 appearances across all competitions for the Mexican outfit last season and will be hoping to get more playing time with his new club.

Following the switch, the former Paris Saint-Germain player has taken to the social media to express his excitement.

“I'm very happy to join Hong Kong champions KitcheeSC,” Sissoko tweeted.

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“I want to thank my family, my loved ones, and all of my fans for your unconditional support!”

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