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Ahly Tripoli set to sign Al-Hilal top scorer Sadomba

Libyan team Ahly Tripoli is eager to sign Zimbabwe striker Edward Sadomba from Sudanese giants Al-Hilal

Mahmoud Mohamed, Thursday 30 Dec 2010
Edward Sadomba
Ahly Tripoli are in talks with Zimbabwean striker Edward Sadomba
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Libyan side Ahly Tripoli is preparing to go shopping this January in Sudan, to secure the services of Al-Hilal striker Edward Sadomba, according Sudanese newspaper Kon.

“Ahly have snatched the signature of Al-Merreikh Malian player Lassana Fane and they are eager to land Al-Hilal Zimbabwean striker Sadomba for six months on loan,” the Libyan team’s marketing director Ismail Shetewi told Kon.

Libyan giants Ahly have offered the 27-year old striker a six-month contract on loan for $350,000. “We will pay $200,000 for Al-Hilal and $150,000 for the Zimbabwean player, beside his salary, to put pen to paper,” Shetewi added.

Edward Sadomba played 47 games with Sudanese League champions Al-Hilal in the 2009-2010 season and struck the net 34 times.

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