OFFICIAL: Stanley Ohawuchi joins Saudi side Al-Qadisiyah
Zamalek’s Stanley Ohawuchi has officially completed his move to Saudi Arabian side Al-Qadisiyah.
Saudi news reports reported earlier that Al-Qadisiyah’s board have reached an agreement with the 27-year-old striker to join the team starting next season but are delaying the official announcement due to the player’s ongoing commitments with Zamalek. Stanley will now move to the Saudi Professional League for a $1.3 million transfer fee.
The club has released a statement confirming that the club has agreed personal terms with the Nigerian player. “Al-Qadisiyah’s administration successfully finished the needed procedures to buy Stanley’s card,” the club said on its official Twitter account.
Stanley, who joined Cairo giants Zamalek from Egyptian outfit Wadi Degla on a season-long loan in August 2016 for $400,000 with an option to buy, will join Al-Qadisiyah’s preparation camp for the new season in Germany after he finishes his commitments with the White Knights unless another agreement was made that allows the player to leave earlier. “Stanley’s new contract starts after Zamalek’s season ends,” said Maged Sami, Wadi Degla’s chairman to ON Sport TV channel.
Zamalek will play Ittihad of Alexandria in the Egyptian Premier League on Thursday before facing Al Ahli Tripoli in their final group stage match in the CAF Champions League on July 9. The final league match against league champions Al Ahly will be played on July 17.
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