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Zamalek on verge of signing Algerian striker Aoudia

Algerian striker Mohamed Aoudia is set to sign a two and half-year contract with Zamalek

Karim Farouk, Sunday 26 Dec 2010
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Mohamed Aoudia on the verge of Zamalek move
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JS Kabylie Algerian striker Mohamed Amine Aoudia is set to arrive to Cairo on Monday to sign a two and half-year contract with Egyptian giants Zamalek starting January.

“We reached an agreement with JS Kabylie and Aoudia. He will arrive tomorrow to finalise the deal,” Zamalek President Galal Ibrahim told Ahram Online.

According to the club’s supremo, Auodia, will earn $200,000 during his two and half year-contract.

The Egyptian League leaders have been looking for a top striker to strengthen their front line ahead of their 2011 CAF Champions League campaign. Amr Zaki is on the sidelines with a knee injury while Ivorian Abou-Kone has been performing below par.

Aoudia — an imposing presence up front — is JS Kabylie’s top scorer this season with five goals. Last season, he helped the club reach the semi-finals of the CAF Champions League.

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