Hersi, 31, joined the Wanderers in 2012, helping them to win the Premier’s Plate in their inaugural campaign and reach two successive A-League Grand Finals.Â
The Ethiopian-born Dutchman, who represented the Netherlands at Under-21 level, will be expected to become a key player at nib Stadium as Glory seek to revive their fortunes under Kenny Lowe.
“We are delighted to have a player of Hersi’s calibre here at Perth Glory,” club CEO Jason Brewer said in a statement.
“He is a great player, with a fantastic pedigree and as we rebuild for next season, his addition to the club will be the first of many quality signings we will be making in the near future.”
Source: Sportal Australia