Mali's Modibo Maiga, celebrates his goal during the African Cup of Nations Group D soccer match between Guinea and Mali, in Mongomo, Equatorial Guinea, Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015 (AP)
West Ham United forward Modibo Maiga has joined Al Nassr, the Saudi Arabian champions said on Monday.
"#ALNASSR signed a 2 year contract with former @whufc-official's forward, Modibo Maiga. Congratulations," Al Nassr said on Twitter.
The Premier League club have not confirmed the deal.
The Mali international joined West Ham for 4.7 million pounds ($7.22 million) from Sochaux three years ago but never established himself in the first team and has had loan spells at Queens Park Rangers and Metz.
The 27-year-old scored the Hammers' third goal in their 4-3 home defeat by Bournemouth last week after coming off the bench, his seventh goal in 45 appearances.
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