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Hannover have confirmed that midfielder Valdet Rama has quit the club after less than two years in order to join Swedish top-flight side Orebro SK.
The 23-year-old has signed a permanent contract with Orebro after successfully passing a trial and a medical last week.
Rama's decision to quit Hannover comes just 20 months after he moved to the Rhein-Neckar-Arena from German second-tier outfit FC Ingolstadt.
A Hannover statement read: "We are able to confirm Valdet Rama is joining Orebro SK.
"We wish Valdet Rama all the best for his future and are thankful for his efforts for Hannover during his stay at our club."
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