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Egypt's Ahly accepts Saudi offer for skipper Ghaly

Ahram Online , Thursday 10 Aug 2017
Ahly skipper Hossam Ghaly (Reuters)
Ahly skipper Hossam Ghaly (Reuters)
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Egyptian club Ahly have accepted an offer from Saudi Al-Nassr for their skipper Hossam Ghaly during the summer transfer window.

"The club accepted offloading Hossam Ghaly to Saudi Al-Nassr after the offer he received during the past few days," the club stated on their official website on Thursday.

Ghaly played with Al-Nassr for a year in 2009, before moving to the Cairo giants in 2010.

The 35-year-old, who had successful journeys playing abroad with Feyenoord, Tottenham Hotspur, Derby County and Lierse, has settled down at his boyhood club since 2014.

The club haven't revealed any more details about the move, but Ghaly currently has a one-year contract with Ahly.

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