The Saudi Al-Itifaq Club announced the completion of the contract with Moroccan striker Walid Azzaro, the first team soccer striker at Al-Ahly Club, for a period of 6 months on loan until the end of the current season.Azaru’s departure from Al-Ahly came because of his low level of art and allowing the entry of Senegalese Alliot Badji, the newcomer in the local and African list, instead.
A source inside Al-Ahly club revealed the fact that there is an item that allows the Saudi club to buy the player permanently after the end of the loan, in addition to renewing it for Al-Ahly contracts for two more seasons.
In exclusive statements to Al-Fajr Al-Riyadi, the source confirmed that the loan contract for Azaru to the Saudi agreement does not contain any provisions allowing the player to be sold permanently, to return to the red giant in the summer of 2020.
The source also denied signing any new contracts between the player and the Al-Ahly club as it was recently reported that new contracts were signed for two seasons, and that the player is still left for another year other than what he will play in the agreement ranks until the end of the current season.
Azzaro is expected to appear in his first participation with the Saudi agreement, against the Saudi agreement, with the match scheduled for tomorrow afternoon, in the professional matches of the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Cup and Cup.
Al-Ahly is preparing to face the Tunisian coastal star, next Sunday at the International Peace Stadium, in the fifth round of the group stage of the African Champions League.
Al-Ahly occupies second place with 7 points behind the Tunisian coastal star leader with 9 points, and the Sudanese Crescent comes third with 6 points, while Platinum Stars is at the bottom of the table with one point and left the competition.