Reghba Leicester bound
BetweenTheStripes.ie sources understand that Ali Reghba has said his goodbyes to Bohemain FC in order to sign for former English Premier League champions, Leicester City.
It is understood an undisclosed fee has been secured for the services of the striker, who has represented Ireland at underage level.
The news of Reghba's departure, which came via his own personal Instagram account, should come as no real surprise to followers of the Dublin club given the fact Reghba had been on trial with the "Foxes" roughly this time last year and is said to have impressed.
Given the goal scoring form of Dinny Corcoran this season, who is currently out injured with a broken foot, Reghba has not played as much of a prominent role as many would have expected, given his impressive breakthrough into the senior tanks towards the end of last season.
None the less, with Corcoran out long term and now the loss of talented youngster Reghba, "Bohs" boss, Keith Long may be forced to look into investing in some additional striking power when the summer transfer window officially opens on Monday.
In other Bohemains related news, the Dalymount club have announced a glamour tie with English Premier League side Chelsea, which will be played at Dalymount Park on July 10th as part of the London clubs pre-season preparations.
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thank you to @bfcdublin for everything over the past 2 seasons some big big memory’s that will stay with me forever and very thankful for all the coaches and staff that Have helped me on my journey to where I am now made some friends for life on the way too #wearebohs 🔴⚫️🔴⚫️