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Palestinians Abroad: Zatara, Salom subjects of imminent transfers

May isn't quite over yet but the gears that move the global transfer market have already started to turn.

The season that was proved to be a banner year for Palestinians plying their trade abroad. Regionally, Abdelatif Bahdari, Islam Batran, and Ahmed Maher moved from the WBPL to the Egyptian and Jordanian leagues, respectively.

In Europe, Mahmoud Eid became the youngest Palestinian national team player to score in Swedish top tier (eclipsing Imad Zatara) and the second youngest Palestinian to score in the top tier of a European league (Roberto Kettlun scored for Skoda Xanthi in 2004 as a 22 year old).

A division below, Ahmed Awad was a critical figure in Dalkurd's near back-to-back promotion- with the side missing out on the promotion playoffs by one point.

There were promotions for Yashir Pinto and Matías Jaude in Malaysia and who have since continued to score in the Malaysian Super League.

That said, 2016/17 was headlined by three players who may soon find themselves with …

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