There are reports today that Qantas Socceroos Alex Brosque is set to become the next Australian to move to the Middle East, with a transfer UAE Pro League side Al Ain in negotiation.
There are reports today that Qantas Socceroos Alex Brosque is set to join UAE Pro League side Al Ain.
FourFourTwo is reporting that Brosque is currently negotiating with the club, and will follow Australia teammates Lucas Neill, Mark Bresciano and Luke Wilkshire to the lucrative Middle East market.
Brosque has excelled since the leaving the Hyundai A-League for Japanese side Shimizu S-Pulse, and become a regular Socceroos start under national team boss Holger Osieck.
Nick Carle, Brosque's former Sydney FC teammate is the most recent Australian player attracted by the lure of the Middle East, signing one-year loan deal with Baniyas SC.
More to follow.
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