Mohamed Diamé

Mohamed Diame is a Senegalese international midfielder who currently plays for . Born in Creteil, France on 14th June 1987, Diame trained at the Clairefontaine academy before beginning his career at RC Lens between 2003 and 2007. A two-year stay in to Spain followed, firstly at lower-league side CD Linares before joining Real Vallecano in the Segunda Division during the 2008/09 campaign. Wigan Athletic signed the powerful midfielder that summer, where he spent three seasons before leaving for West Ham United at the end of his contact in July 2012. Hull City £3.5m to land Diame at the end of the 2014 summer transfer window; the highlight of his time with Tigers was scoring the winning goal in the 2015/16 Championship play-off final at Wembley against Sheffield Wednesday. Newcastle United paid £4.5m to take Diame to St James’ Park in August 2016. Diame has over 25 full caps for Senegal and made four appearances for the U23 side at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

 Position:
Attacking Midfielder
  Country:
Senegal
  Age:
32

Mohamed Diamé

 Position:
Attacking Midfielder
  Country:
Senegal
  Age:
32

Mohamed Diame is a Senegalese international midfielder who currently plays for . Born in Creteil, France on 14th June 1987, Diame trained at the Clairefontaine academy before beginning his career at RC Lens between 2003 and 2007. A two-year stay in to Spain followed, firstly at lower-league side CD Linares before joining Real Vallecano in the Segunda Division during the 2008/09 campaign. Wigan Athletic signed the powerful midfielder that summer, where he spent three seasons before leaving for West Ham United at the end of his contact in July 2012. Hull City £3.5m to land Diame at the end of the 2014 summer transfer window; the highlight of his time with Tigers was scoring the winning goal in the 2015/16 Championship play-off final at Wembley against Sheffield Wednesday. Newcastle United paid £4.5m to take Diame to St James’ Park in August 2016. Diame has over 25 full caps for Senegal and made four appearances for the U23 side at the 2012 London Olympic Games.