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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Netherlands international Wesley Sneijder signs with Al-Gharafa in Qatar

Wesley Sneijder has signed an 18-month contract with Qatari club Al-Gharafa after having most recently played for Nice in Ligue 1.

Sneijder, 33, has played for Inter Milan and Real Madrid over the course of his career, winning the Champions League with the former in 2010.

Before playing for Nice, Sneijder made 124 appearances and scored 35 goals in the league for Galatasaray during his four-year stint with the Turkish side.

Sneijder, who joined Nice on a free transfer after parting ways by mutual...

 By PA Sport

Qatari club Al Gharafa claim they have deal for Wesley Sneijder

Wesley Sneijder joined Nice on a free transfer.
Wesley Sneijder appears set for a move to Qatar.

Netherlands midfielder Wesley Sneijder is set to leave Nice to join Al Gharafa, the Qatari club claimed on its Twitter account on Friday.

Sneijder was quoted by Dutch broadcaster RTL as saying he had signed a one-and-a-half-year contract.

"It's a nice adventure and a fun challenge," Sneijder told RTL Boulevard. "I am really happy to go for it together with my family."

There was no immediate confirmation from the Ligue 1 club, though Sneijder was not in Nice's squad to face Toulouse in the Coupe...

 By Ian Holyman

Mario Balotelli leaving Nice in January is 'unimaginable' - club president

Mario Balotelli has scored 15 goals in 19 appearances for Nice this season.

Mario Balotelli will not be leaving Nice during the January transfer window, the French club's president has told Nice Matin.

Balotelli last week told Italian media he would happily return to Manchester City "for free" while adding he had been in contact with two other former clubs in Serie A, AC Milan and Inter.

The Italy international forward signed a new one-year deal on the Mediterranean coast last summer and has again thrived, firing 16 goals in 21 games, just one strike shy of his tally for...