Algeria’s Mohamed Benyettou terminates contract with Al Shabab
Algeria’s Mohamed Benyettou has found an agreement with Saudi club Al Shabab to terminate his contract with the club by mutual consent.
Benyettou joined Al Shabab from Algerian side ES Setif in summer 2016 and since moving to Saudi Arabia he played 66 matches with the team, scoring 30 goals.
The 28-year-old striker featured in 22 games in the Saudi Professional League this season with Al Shabab registering six goals and three assists.
Al Shabab confirmed on Wednesday that the club have reached an agreement with Benyettou to part ways on mutual consent with the player giving up the remainder of his receivables. This is after both parties failed to agree a new contract, according to the club statement.
The club board thanked Benyettou for the remarkable period he spent with the team, wishing him success in the future.
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