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Ittihad of Alexandria sign Tunisia international Mohamed Moncer on loan

Ittihad of Alexandria sign Tunisia international Mohamed Moncer on loan

have completed the signing of Espérance forward on a season-long loan.

The Tunisian international has agreed to join the Greens on a one-year loan deal after falling down the pecking order at Espérance.

Mohamed Moncer only joined Espérance last summer from rivals CS Sfaxien but his game time was limited at the Tunisian champions, starting just seven games across all competitions.

Overall he made 14 appearances for Espérance last term and scored only one goal as his side were crowned league champions over Étoile Sportive du Sahel.

However he made an impression at CS Sfaxien, winning the Premier League title in 2013 and making 138 appearances in which he contributed with 31 goals and 21 assists.

The 26-year-old has made 17 international appearances for and scored three goals. He was part of their team, who played in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, scoring once against Cape Verde in the group-stage.

He becomes Ittihad’s eighth signing of the summer after Isaac Mensah, Khaled El-Ghandour, Ahmed Sherwyda, ManuchoRamzy Khaled, Ali Fathi, Hossam Salama Paulo and Mohamed Camacho.

It’s worth mentioning that Moncer is only the third Tunisian in the Egyptian Premier League alongside Al Ahly’s Ali Maaloul and Tanta’s new summer signing Seifeddine Jaziri.

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