Dutch side Willem II have completed the signing of Said Boutahar.
The 24-year-old, former Feyenoord player, has moved on a free transfer from NEC Nijmegen.
The player has signed a one year contract with the club with an option of two extra years.
Boutahar insists he is not bothered about the league position of Willem II and is looking forward to the challenge.
He told the club's official website: "The low position that the club are in does not scare me.
"I am convinced I can bring confidence to the club and make the whole team perform on a level that suits me."
In addition Zsombor Kerekes, Tristan Peersman, and Matthieu Assou-Ekotto have failed to travel to a training camp in Portugal with the rest of the squad.
The players are all reportedly interested in a move away from the club and have opted to stay in Holland to secure a transfer.