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Union, Reims reach agreement over Teuma’s transfer to Ligue 1 – reports

Teddy Teuma’s move to French football is set to be confirmed after Royal Union Saint-Gilloise and Stade Reims reached an agreement over the transfer fee, according to Belgian reports.

Belgian journalist Sacha Tavolieri revealed that Reims is expected to acquire the signature of the Malta international for a 3 million euro fee together with an additional 2 million euro in bonuses.

Teuma and Reims had already found agreement on the personal terms of the contract as the Malta midfielder was keen on a move to the French Ligue 1.

Earlier this month, Teuma admitted to the Times of Malta that he would love to return to France to play club football next season, adding that a move to Stade Reims is a possibility.

The 29-year-old midfielder has one year left on his contract with Belgian side Royal Union Saint-Gilloise.

Teuma is coming from another excellent campaign for Royal Union Saint-Gilloise, which saw him amass 52 appearances, netting 14 goals and providing 17 assists.

A move to Stade Reims would see Teuma make a return to the country where his career kicked off after donning the colours of lower-tier sides Hyeres FC, US Boulogne, and Red Star FC.

Teuma has made 164 appearances with Union Saint-Gilloise, scoring 31 goals and 44 assists.

Led by highly-rated coach Will Still, age 30, Reims finished 11th in the 2022/2023 campaign and managed to secure impressive results including two draws with champions Paris Saint-Germain.

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