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Mohamed Koffi set to join KSA’s Al Ettifaq
Burkinabé international Mohamed Koffi is set to join Saudi Arabian outfit Ettifaq from Cairo giants Zamalek.
The 29-year-old defender following is set to leave Zamalek following accusations made by Whites’ chairman Mortada Mansour; with the latter claiming that Koffi faked an injury to leave the club after receiving an offer from the Gulf.
It was also reported that Koffi contacted FIFA issuing a complaint for not receiving his salary for three months.
However, Koffi denied these claims via his facebook account, saying that he has received his wages, adding that he respects Mortada Mansour, who has been supportive of all the players.
In the end, he wished Zamalek success and thanked the fans in an open letter and those who supported him during his time in the White Castle.
Koffi has been recently linked to Iraqi side Al-Shorta but apparently, AlEttifaq finalized the deal first, as announced by the club where he will arrive in Saudi Arabia tomorrow to finalise his loan transfer.
Mohamed Koffi joined the Whites in June 2014 from Iraqian saide Duhok SC on a free transfer, and has made over 50 league appearances for Zamalek, helping them win the domestic double in his first season in thr White Castle.
Al-Ettifaq, othewise knows as ‘The Commandos’, play in the first division of the Saudi Professional League and have been crowned League Champions twice in 1983 and 1987.