Biramahire pens 3-year contract at Club Sfaxien

The deal will see him at the club till end of the 2020/2021 season.
The Rwanda international and former Police FC striker, Abeddy Biramahire (with the ball), signed a three-year deal with Tunisia giants Club Sportif Sfaxien yesterday. He is seen here in a training session with the national team Amavubi at Amahoro Stadium earlier this year. Sam Ngendahimana

Tunisia topflight football league side Club Sportif Sfaxien have completed the signing of former Police FC striker Abeddy Biramahire on a three-year contract.

The deal will see him at the club till end of the 2020/2021 season.

Birahamahire, 20, joins the four-time CAF Confederation Cup winners, Club Sportif Sfaxien, following his surprise release from Police FC last month.

Speaking to Times Sport in a telephone interview from Tunisia on Tuesday, the Rwanda international said, “I don’t know how to describe how I feel right now. Joining a big team like Sfaxien is very exciting – certainly my biggest career highlight so far.”

“I am very happy and nervous at the same time – it’s a move I hardly believed would materialize. I look forward to enjoying football in Tunisia,” the young striker said.

Biramahire becomes the second Rwandan to join a Tunisian side in the last two months. He joins, in Tunisia, former APR forward Innocent Nshuti was signed by Stade Tunisien in July.