An 75-year-old Egyptian football player called Ezz El-Din Bahader signed a professional contract with an Egyptian club to transfer to him, to become the oldest player in the world.
The Egyptian Football Association announced that the player was registered during the current winter transfer window at the 6 October Club, which is active in the third division of the league.
The player is seeking to enter the “Guinness” World Records, with the start of his participation with his club in the matches, where he was invited to the representatives of the encyclopedia to attend the matches to achieve the requirements of achieving the record.
Magdy Abdel-Ghani, head of the Egyptian Professional Players Association, said in statements to Egyptian media, that Ezz El-Din Bahadr’s legal entry is valid and that there is no age limit when the players are registered in the clubs’ lists in the third division, indicating that his registration in the “winter Mercato” as a way to support And support the player to enter the Guinness Book of the world’s largest player.
It is noteworthy that the world’s largest player, the 53-year-old Japanese “Kazuyoshi Miura”, extended his contract with his Japanese club “Yokohama FC” for the third time, while Bahadar seeks to hit this number.