Oslo - Dominic Chatto has revealed that he will bid farewell
to Bodø/Glimt when he falls out of contract with the Norwegian Tippeligaen club
at the end of December.
The central midfielder arrived Glimt from BK Hacken before
the start of the 2014 season, and started 41 games out of a possible 60 during
the two seasons he spent at the Aspmyra Stadion.
''My contract goes out at the end of this year, we didn't
come up with a suitable agreement so I decided to leave,'' Dominic Chatto told news24.com.
''Some clubs are interested in me but my agent is taking
care of that, I am on vacation with my family at the moment.''
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Chatto began his career in Europe with Inter Turku and
scored six goals in 47 appearances in the Finnish Veikkausliiga prior to his
move to BK Hacken at the end of the 2008 season.
The 29-year-old played over 120 matches for BK Hacken before
he departed Sweden.
He represented Pepsi Football Academy, Heartland FC and AS
Racines in his homeland.For
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