Moha will don the white and blue of Valladolid until 2024.
Rabat – Morocco’s “Moha” Moukhliss signed a four-year contract with La Liga’s Real Valladolid on Thursday.
Real Valladolid reached an agreement with Real Madrid to transfer the young midfielder. Moha Moukhliss , whose real name is Mohamed Aiman Moukhliss, will don the white and blue of La Liga’s Real Valladolid until June 30, 2024.
Moha, who claims dual Spanish and Moroccan nationality, was trained in the lower categories of the Madrid club and was European Under-19 champion with Spain.
Now aged 20, the right-footed Spanish-Moroccan midfielder seems ready to make his mark on the game. Moukhliss, who has been largely credited with having a great personality, exceptional technical quality, and a good vision of the game, joins his new club with the aim of making good on his promising skills.
Real Madrid highlighted the young midfielder for “adapting well to the centre back position. His technique allows him to create good ball movement. He also shines thanks to his interception skills, speed and touch on the ball.”
Moha Moukliss hopes to bring these attributes to La Liga’s Real Valladolid to strengthen coach Javier Baraja’s team.
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