Tunisian right-back Hamdi El-Naqaz, a former Zamalek player for Espérance, signed the Tunisian press reports.
The Tunisian site “Foot 24” stated that Al-Naqaz signed his contract linking him with Esperance until June 2023.
The Tunisian website indicated, according to sources that he described as “reliable”, that Esperance obtained the signature of the Naqaz for 3 seasons.
He revealed that Al-Naqaz went through a medical test on Tuesday with the Bab Suwaiqa club in preparation for signing the contract, pending the official announcement of the deal.
The right-back was the 27-year-old who left Zamalek without the latter’s consent, claiming that he did not get his dues, before he lodged a complaint against the club and received a ruling from the FIFA.
It is noteworthy that Al-Nagaz began his career with the coastal star Tunisian, and then moved to Zamalek in January 2018.
Al-Naqaz joined the Lithuanian Sidova ranks this year, before signing for Esperance, according to the Tunisian report.
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