Pyramids FC forward Keno on Chinese club’s radar
After Turki Al Sheikh’s withdrawal from investing in Egypt, Pyramids’ squad is set to experience massive changes in the January transfer window, with the first name out of the door being the 29-year-old Brazilian, who has taken the league by storm ever since his arrival in the summer.
According to Fox Sport Brazil, Pyramids will receive a sum of 17 million Euros (around 351 million Egyptian pounds) to acquire the services of the former Palmeiras forward.
Keno is also on the radar of Saudi Arabia giants Ittihad Jeddah.
The forward was acquired by Pyramids in the biggest transfer value in Egyptian football history, believed to be in the region of $10 million last summer. He has participated in seven matches for the club, scoring four goals as well as providing two assists.
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