Noah Sadaoui leaves ENPPI to join Morocco’s Mouloudia d’Oujda
Moroccan club Mouloudia d’Oujda have announced the signing of Noah Sadaoui after the Moroccan winger terminated his deal with Egyptian Premier League side ENPPI.
Sadaoui had joined ENPPI in summer 2018 for an undisclosed fee, following his departure from Mirbat Club of Oman.
The 25-year-old winger has featured in 15 matches for ENPPI in the Egyptian Premier League scoring two goals and assisting once. He also played a game in Egypt Cup against Mansoura were his side prevailed by 4-2 score line.
Mouloudia d’Oujda officially unveiled the signing of Sadaoui on a long-term contract after the player resolved his contract with ENPPI, in addition to acquiring Brazilian forward Jefferson Tavares.
Moroccan reports claimed that the club was also interested in signing Zamalek-owned playmaker Mahmoud Shikabala but the latter turned down their offer.
Mouloudia d’Oujda sit in the 12th place in Moroccan Premier League with 14 points after the conclusion of 13 rounds.