Former Central Coast and Borussia Dortmund midfielder Mustafa Amini has left Danish club Randers FC and joined fellow Danish club Aarhus on a four-year deal.
The 23-year-old played 29 games for Randers and Aarhus described the Aussie as being "high on the club's transfer list priorities".
"Musti is an accomplished and versatile midfielder, who has had a good schooling in Dortmund.
"He has a good age and great potential, we believe that he can develop further in AGF. He works hard, is technically sound and has a good tactical understanding - yes, he has a variety of qualities both football and personal levels, which means that he fits very well into AGF," said Jens Andersson, head of sports at Aarhus.
"I have chosen to switch to AGF, because I have big ambitions, as has the AGF. The club is engaged in an exciting project and is backed by many fans, and I want to be a part of. I've played against AGF a few times.
"I saw the Cup final, where more than 20,000 fans created a great support - and it helped to convince me that AGF is just the right choice for me," Amini told the club's website.
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