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May, 03 2014 09:12:54

Tai signs with Binh Duong

National midfielder Le Tan Tai will play for Binh Duong for two seasons.

Former V-League champions Becamex Binh Duong have signed a contract with national team midfielder Le Tan Tai, according to general director of the Binh Duong Sports-Football Jointstock Company, Cao Van Chong.

Tai, 30, recently ended his contract with Hai Phong on April 28 and signed the two-year deal a day after passing a medical screening with the new club.

On the same day, Binh Duong registered Tai in its lineup to compete at the coming 15th round this weekend.

Rumours are circulating that Tai will pocket around VND5 billion (US$238,000) and a monthly salary of VND40 million ($1,900) under the deal.— VNS


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