Western Sydney Wanderers have bolstered their attacking options by bringing in 21 year old Olyroos player Ramy Najjarine to the club one a one-year deal.
A Western Sydney boy, having grown up in Fairfield, Najjarine was a member of the Western Sydney Wanderers academy in their inaugural season, he will re-join the club after first departing in 2016 to sign for Melbourne City.
It will be the first time he will play for the senior side.
“I was here from day one, so you can imagine the feeling and emotions I have for this club.”
He will have a family connection at his club with his younger brother Zane also plays for the club, being a member of the clubs academy in the U13 squad.
“I’ve got a cheeky little brother who is now trying to follow in my footsteps at the Wanderers academy, and it’s important for me to be a role model for him and the Western Sydney community”
He signs off the back of an impressive, but injury riddled season on loan at the Newcastle Jets from parent club Melbourne City, where he featured 15 times for the club.