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Official: Brazilian Bruno Moraes adds strength to attack-line in Egyptian giants club Ahly

Egypt's Ahly signed Brazilian striker, Bruno Moraes on a free transfer from Portuguese club Naval

Ahmed Abd El Rasoul , Saturday 25 Jun 2011
Bruno Moraes
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Brazilian striker Bruno Moraes has signed a two year contract with Cairo giants Ahly after passing a medical test on Saturday.

The 26-year-old striker joined the Red Devils on a free transfer as his current contract with Portuguese club Naval will end within days.

The financial details were not disclosed, but the player’s annual salary will not be less than US$500,000 according to the Al-Ahram Arabic gate.

Ahly’s Portuguese coach Manuel Jose Da Silva hopes the former Porto hitman will add strength to his attacking line, alongside Emad Meteb and the Mauritania Dominique Da Silva after losing firepower throughout the current season.

Moraes began his career with Brazilian club Santos in 2002 and after only one year he left for Portugal to play with Porto where he spent 7 years; the majority of which he was out on loan for various clubs.

In 2011, two-time winner of the Portuguese league, Moraes joined Naval, who was relegated to the second division in the coming season.

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