‘I have always said that money is not important and I want to play football’

Abdenasser El Khayati is happy to be under contract with a professional club again. The midfielder surprisingly signed a contract with the errant Willem II on Friday, which has secured him until the end of the season.

El Khayati (33) played his last game for ADO Den Haag on May 16, so the question arises how fit he is. “That is different for every individual. There are other Eredivisie clubs that have brought back players who have not played for long. One is injured immediately, the other is fit and can last a long time, so that is different. I do a lot of work.” technique and on intuition and think that the feeling be back soon. Will I be there on Sunday? I hope so. I hope to contribute where necessary. Whether that is as a basic player or as a substitute. It’s about the three points,” he told ESPN.

“I have always said that finances are not important and I want to play football, preferably at Eredivisie level. This has come my way. Why Willem II? It is a beautiful club that I have often played against and often as a match winner I left. Hopefully I’m on the other side now,” says El Khayati.

Willem II has brought in an experience expert with El Khayati. The club has relegation concerns and the midfielder is familiar with that. “I know what is being asked of you, because I have experienced it several times at ADO Den Haag, although I have also experienced good seasons. Everything comes down to good football. It makes no difference to me.”

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