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Ahmed Hegazi linked with surprise move to Al Ahli Jeddah

Ahmed Hegazi linked with surprise move to Al Ahli Jeddah

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West Brom and Egypt international defender has been linked with a surprise move to ahead of the summer transfer window.

The 27-year-old has been on multiple clubs’ radars following the relegation of to the Championship, with TottenhamWest Ham United and Leicester City showing interest in the Egyptian.

READ: KingFut’s 2017-18 Pharaohs Abroad Report Cards

Saudi side Al Ahli, who finished as runners-up in Saudi Professional League last season, have joined the English clubs in pursuit of Ahmed Hegazi, after they were linked with him last summer.

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According to Saudi newspaper Arriyadiyah, Al Ahli manager Pablo Guede, has requested for several reinforcements in the summer transfer window, including Kasımpaşa’s Seyam ben Youssef, Nabil Dirar of Fenerbahçe, and Ahmed Hegazi.

READ: Abdel-Shafy set to extend his Al Ahli contract

The Egyptian joined West Brom from Al Ahly on loan in July 2017, before the Baggies decided to sign him on a permanent basis until 2022.

Hegazi has made 42 appearances for West Brom across all competitions, featuring in every Premier League game. He managed to score two goals and helped his side keep 10 clean sheets.

Reporter at KingFut and a Broadcast Journalism senior at Misr International University.

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Hosam

    June 1, 2018 at 4:47 PM

    It would be the most stupid choice if he chose Al Ahli Jeddah. It’s a weak competition adding nothing to his cv. Furthermore i wouldn’t trust that boss of their football association, Turki Al Sheikh, with Egyptian players following the earlier incidents of that guy in Egypt.

    • Mohamad

      June 1, 2018 at 4:56 PM

      Hosam, it doesn’t have anything to do with Turki,there are quite a few Egyptian players in Saudi and they dont have issues. Hegazi should stay in England because he is good enough to be a starter for a top 10 club there, so why go to a lesser league?

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