Iranian defender Meysam Majidi has joined Qatari professional football club al-Shamal, which is currently playing in the Persian Gulf kingdom’s first tier of football league competition – known as Qatar Stars League.
According to a report published by the Arabic-language al-Sharq daily newspaper, the 30-year-old Iranian footballer is going to travel to Doha within the next few days to finalize a deal. No information about the value and length of the contract was immediately available.
Majidi started his career with Fajr Shahid Sepasi Shiraz Football Club), commonly known as Fajr Sepasi Shiraz or Fajr Sepasi, which competes in the second highest division of professional football in Iran – known as the Azadegan League.
He later joined Aluminium Arak Football Club in 2007, and played for the team for two years.
The Iranian sportsman moved to Shensa, Aluminum Hormozgan, Esteghlal Khuzestan and Esteghlal football clubs afterwards.
Majidi had recently been playing for Saba Qom Football Club, which currently plays in the Azadegan League. He had scored two goals in ten appearances.