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Moroccan Striker Hamid Ahaddad Joins Egypt’s Zamalek

Moroccan Footballer Hamid Ahaddad Joins Egypt’s Zamalek

Rabat – Egyptian giant football team Zamalek secured the transfer of Moroccan forward Hamid Ahaddad for a four-year contract.

The Egyptian team signed the former winger of Morocco’s Difaa Hassani El Jadidi for a reported fee of USD 1.4 million, according to Ahram.org.

Ahaddad’s move was confirmed by Zamalek SC on Friday.

“Moroccan Hamid Ahaddad has become a new player in the rank of Zamalek club after signing a fourth-year contract. Help us welcome our new player,” wrote the club on its Facebook page.

Zamalek expressed interest in the 23-year old Moroccan forward earlier this month.

El Ahly, the leading football club in Egypt has also a Moroccan footballer in its ranks. Moroccan striker Walid Azaro joined Al Ahly in 2017. Both Azaro and Ahaddad played for Difaa Al Jadidi.

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