The Thai Premier League club wants the young striker to help them qualify for next season’s AFC Champions League
Malaysian hot-shot Rozaimi Rahman has been offered a deal to play in the Thai Premier League by BEC Tero Sasana.
The 2003 AFC Champions League runner-up, have turned their attentions to Rozaimi after attempts to bring in Indonesian striker Titus Bonai was rebuffed by his club, Persipura Jayapura.
Golden Sport Management’s Managing Director, Zulfikar Amizan Ahamed who is handling the transfer told Harian Metro that he has forwarded the offer letter to the general secretary of the Football Assocation of Sabah, Aljius Sipil.
“I’ve contacted Aljius regarding this matter and I’m hoping they can make a decision by today’s deadline,” said Zulfikar.
“For me, this is Rozaimi’s best chance because BEC are really interested in getting him onboard that they’re now offering him a contract without having to go through trials with the club”.
According to Zulfikar, the Thai side wants the 19-year-old striker on a two-year deal and is willing to pay transfer fee to Sabah.
Rozaimi will however have to find an amicable solution with Selangor, for whom he recently signed to play on loan for the Malaysia Cup campaign, even if Sabah decide to accept the offer.