Zamalek winger Mostafa Fathi renewed his contract with the club Sunday for the next four years, ending speculation concerning his future with the Cairo giants.
"Mostafa Fathi signed a four-year contract extension," read a statement on the club's website Sunday.
Fathi, who joined Zamalek in the summer of 2013, spent the last season at Saudi club Al-Taawon before returning to the White Knights this summer.
Reports linked the classy winger with a move to Egyptian side Pyramids, but the new contract will keep him at Zamalek until summer 2022.
Fathi made 120 appearances with Zamalek, scoring 22 goals and providing 12. He helped Zamalek win the domestic double in 2015 and the Egypt Cup in 2014 and 2016.
The 24-year-old, who was dropped from the Pharaohs squad that played in the World Cup, has eight caps with the Egyptian national team.
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