Sirens FC have completed the signing of former Paris St Germain striker Stephane Sessegnon.
The St Paul’s Bay outfit were looking to further bolster their forward line on deadline day and have wrapped up a deal to sign the experienced forward.
Sessegnon arrived in Malta at the end of last week and has been training regularly with Winston Muscat’s squad as he looks to gain his best physical condition.
The 38-year-old forward is expected to be available for Sirens’ upcoming Premier League match against Valletta on Saturday.
Sessegnon has enjoyed a distinguished career as the Benin forward played for seven years in France with Creteil, Le Mans and more notably with Paris Saint-Germain.
With the Paris club, Sessegnon made 77 appearances and scored nine goals.
From there he move to the English Premier League where he signed fo Sunderland with whom he made 87 appearances and scored 17 goals.
He then moved to West Bromwich Albion where he made 79 appearances and scored eight goals.
In 2016 he returned to France with Montpellier before heading to Turkey in 2018 where he was on the books of Genclerbirgli.
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