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OFFICIAL: Abdelrahman ‘Bogy’ joins Tunisia’s US Monastir

Egyptian youngster and forward Abdelrahman ‘Bogy’ has joined Tunisian side US Monastir on a one-and-a-half-year loan deal.

Bogy is a product of ENPPI’s youth system and has played three games with the first team since signing his first professional contract.

The 19-year-old has also spent some time on loan at Ittihad of Alexandria, where he featured mainly for the youth team.

Following the arrival of strikers Omar Bassam and Wilfried Yessoh, Bogy knew that his chances of featuring for the first-team will be limited, so he agreed to join Tunisian side US Monastir to gain further experience.

He becomes the first-ever Egyptian to wear US Monastir’s shirt and could make his debut for them when they face Rejiche in the Tunisian Cup on January 30.

US Monastir currently sit bottom of the Tunisian League table with just seven points in 13 games.

ENPPI acquired the services of a vast number of players during the winter transfer window, with the likes of former Argentina U17 international Brian Ferreira joining the club as well as Chadrack Lukombe, Omar Fathi, and Mohamed Shawky Gharib.

This window also saw several players leaving the club, Nigerian forward Odah Marshal left them to join rivals Ismaily SC, while Moroccan forward Noah Sadaoui returned to his home country to sign for Mouloudia d’Oujda.

They also lost midfielder Hamdi Fathi to Cairo giants Al Ahly, who joined them on a four-and-a-half year deal.

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