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Tunisia's ES Sahel lodges offer to sign new signing Cisse: Egypt's Zamalek

Razak scored just one goal in 15 league appearances with Aswan last season

Ahmed Abd El Rasoul , Wednesday 2 Aug 2017
Zamalek new player Razak (Photo:
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Tunisian side ES Sahel have officially lodged an offer to sign Zamalek's Ivorian striker Razak Cisse for one season on loan, the Cairo giants announced on Wednesday.

"ES Sahel offered $250,000 to sign Cisse on loan for the next season," Zamalek revealed in a statement via its official website.

The Tunisian offer comes just one day after Whites signed the 18-year old Cisse from Egyptian club Aswan for EGP 2.5 million ($140,000).

Cisse scored just one goal in 15 Egyptian League appearances with Aswan last season.

He became the fifth foreign player in Zamalek's squad; a fact that could pave the way for the loan deal as the Egyptian club is obliged to keep just three foreigners in the new season's roster.

Zamalek ended the Egyptian league season at the third place with 66 points, 18 behind champions and arch rivals Ahly.

ES Sahel ended the Tunisian league last season as the runners up with 22 points, just four behind champions ES Tunis. 

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