Millwall outcast Bouazza turns down move to Algeria

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MILLWALL winger Hamer Bouazza has pulled the plug on a move that would have seen him return to his native Algeria.

Bouazza, 27, announced last month that he wants to leave the Lions this summer after falling out with boss Kenny Jackett, who had previously admitted the midfielder was free to find premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/anti-anxiety/ another club.

The former Fulham star, who is currently on international duty, is reported to have held talks with USM Alger, who are based in the capital city of Algeris.



Algerian newspaper Compétition claim Bouazza had agreed terms on a £5,500-a-week contract, but decided not to sign it in favour of exploring interest in England first.

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