Lazio keen on Hannover 96 attacker Mohammed Abdellaoue

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Vladimir Petkovic suggests that the former Skeid forward is the ideal player to strengthen their squad for the upcoming season and it will help them improve their league standing.
Lazio head coach to make a deadly strike force.
The Norwegian hit man was speculated to join Swansea City but now seems to be a target for Lazio, as they failed to land who moved to Turkish club Galatasaray.
The 26-year-old’s representative did not comment on the clubs who are after his client's signature. He stated that the striker enjoyed two successful seasons in German top flight, therefore, it attracted potential clubs to capture
his signature as he performed well in one of the top leagues of the continent.  
“Moa has played in the last two years in Germany to a top level. It is of course natural that perhaps he is one of the best strikers in and as the Bundesliga is one of the strongest leagues in Europe, clubs are interested,"
he added.
The Oslo born player scored an impressive 16 goals and added five assists for the Bundesliga side in 42 appearances, and he is still not guaranteed a first team berth because of the tough competition for places from Mame Diouf,
Didier Ya Konan and
Hannover manager emphasised that he was pleased to have five striking options but said that he can let Abdellaoue depart for a good bargain. The attacker has two years remaining on his deal and is also willing to make a move to
a better club.
"He is happy in Hanover and still has a two year contract. But of course, Moa has ambitions. This is normal for players of his level,” he mused.
"For now, I refuse to make any statements about other clubs, whether [that be] or another club, but if there is interest, Moa will certainly listen to what they have to say," he finally concluded.
Hannover plays FC Nottingen in the German Cup, on Sunday.  



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