WARSAW, Poland. June 12 (PSN) – Armando Sadiku successfully passed his medical tests on Wednesday and signed a 3-year contract with Legia Warsaw.
The striker joins the capital team on the basis of a definitive transfer.
The 26-year-old recently played for FC Lugano and FC Vaduz, for whom he was loaned from FC Zurich.
Sadiku is also a key player for the Albania national team. He made his debut on February 29, 2012 in a 1:2 friendly defeat against Georgia. The player also represented his country at last year’s UEFA Euro 2016. In the third match of the group stage match against Romania he scored the historic first goal for Albania in the European Championship and ensured his team’s victory.
With Legia having trouble upfront and finding a suitable striker replacement for Nemanja Nikolic, it is expected that Sadiku will finally fill in that hole.
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