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Pa Dembo evaluating rejoining DIF

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By Sulayman Bah Shot-stopper Pa DemboTouray is weighing the option of Pa DemboTourayreturning to Sweden to rejoin top flight outfit Djurgården. Touray left the Stockholm-based club in 2011 after eleven trophy-laden years before sealing a move to South African second-tier club, Santos. However, after nearly three years in the rainbow nation, the ex-Real De Banjul glove-man wants to move out and has already told his agent to work out a return to Djurgården or a move to other clubs in the Swedish premier league. The 34-year-old who had an emotional send –off and is viewed as a legend by DIF fans still wishes to play top division football. “I have a guy who helps me now, to look around among Swedish clubs (for my transfer). If there is something there, I will happily move and return to Djurgården but there aren’t other offers, I will be willing to play another year here (in South Africa),” says the veteran Gambian goal keeper. But chances of a move being brokered this term looks unlikely with the Swedish transfer window to close by August 11. The window closes soon, so there is not much time left. I hope it can be solved for anything, any time I want to return to Sweden,” he told Fotbolldirekt.se.  ]]>

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