Ghanaian defender Rashid Sumaila is delighted to have joined Omani club Saham.
The centre back has inked a one-year contract with Saham with an option to extend as he joins on a free transfer.
The 28-year-old had been unattached since July 2020 after leaving Kuwaiti side Qadsia SC following the expiration of his contract.
Sumaila moved to Kuwait in July 2015 from South African giants Mamelodi Sundowns after spending just a season.
During his stint at Qadsia, Sumaila enjoyed loan spells at Qatari club Al-Gharafa SC and Red Star Belgrade in Serbia.
In a post on his social media pages read, "Alhamdulilah ‘’ new challenge’ thank you Allah for giving me this opportunity #Saham club “ Oman 🙏🏻🤲🏻"
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The former Asante Kotoko SC defender has 10 caps for the Ghana national team since making his debut in September 2012.
Sumaila moved to Kotoko in August 2012 from Ebusua Dwarfs.