Primeira Liga: Enzo Zidane joins Portuguese side Desportivo das Aves on two-year deal

Enzo Zidane was a free agent after leaving Swiss second-tier outfit Lausanne-Sport earlier this month.

Agence France-Presse July 15, 2019 22:53:48 IST
Primeira Liga: Enzo Zidane joins Portuguese side Desportivo das Aves on two-year deal
  • Enzo Zidane, the oldest son of Real Madrid coach Zinedine, has signed a two-year deal with Desportivo das Aves

  • Enzo was a free agent after leaving Swiss second-tier outfit Lausanne-Sport earlier this month

  • Aves finished 14th in Portugal's Primeira Liga last season and won their first title in the Portguese Cup in 2018

Lisbon: Enzo Zidane, the oldest son of Real Madrid coach Zinedine, has signed a two-year deal with Desportivo das Aves, the Portugese club announced on Monday.

The 24-year-old midfielder was a free agent after leaving Swiss second-tier outfit Lausanne-Sport earlier this month.

He spent last season on loan at Spanish side Rayo Majadahonda making 34 appearances.

Enzo's younger brother, Luca, who also came through the youth academy at Real Madrid, has been loaned to Racing Santander by the capital city club for the coming campaign.

Aves finished 14th in Portugal's Primeira Liga last season and won their first title in the Portguese Cup in 2018.

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