Former Mamelodi Sundowns forward Fiston Abdul Razik has joined Algerian top side Jeunesse De Sportive Kabylie on permanent basis.
The 24-year-old Burundi International put pen into paper after two months of trials with Kabylie based outfit where he will stay for the next three years.
Financial details of the deal were not revealed by any of the two parties.
However, it should be noted that the former Sofapaka of Kenya marksman moved to Sundowns in 2015 at a fee of $250,000, hence his current signature is believed to be more than that amount.
Razak joined Sundowns from Batoto Ba Mungu after having had a good season scoring seven goals in total for the two years that he spent with the Kenyan Premier League moneybags.
He was later loaned to Premier Soccer League side Bloemfontein Celtic FC on a two year loan deal before making a move to Angola where he signed for Priemero De Agosto in 2017 and lasted for a two months before joining Iraqi side Al-Zawraa early this year.
The former Lydia Ludic Burundi Academic man becomes the third foreigner signed by Juenesse Sportive De Kablylie and joins Guinean midfielder Mohamed Thiam and Nigerian forward Nofwor Uche.