Khatib says he may yet come back.
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There is always vested interest wherever Fadi El-Khatib goes, as the 35-year-old talisman is undoubtedly the most successful player in the history of Lebanese basketball and a figure who many young athletes aspire to emulate.A: I have always received offers from overseas, whether from China, Iran and Europe, knowing that I signed a four-year deal with Cherkaski club in Ukraine [back in 2007] ... but I left after four months because I always had a big admiration for the Lebanese league, as well as my desire to stay close to my family. However, my move to China came for several reasons, but the most important is the lack of stability in the domestic league. Q: Knowing that the Chinese league ends February, will we see you with Sagesse or any local team?If Sagesse are competitive for the title, and with coach Abu Chakra, I would definitely join the team and help them win the title.
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