Egypt playmaker Ayman Hefni signs with Zamalek

Ahmed Abd El Rasoul , Tuesday 20 May 2014

Talae El-Gaish starter Hefni joins the Whites on a four-year deal to become their second signing of the summer

Photo being circulated by social media users of Hefni (L) while signing the contract with Zamalek's board member Ahmed Soliman

Egypt and Talae El-Gaish's inspirational playmaker Ayman Hefni reportedly signed a four-year contract with Cairo giants Zamalek on Monday.

According to a photo posted via Twitter earlier on Tuesday, Hefni, who is currently on loan with the Libyan side Ahly Tripoli, signed the contract with Zamalek's board member Ahmed Soliman.

The contract runs from next season until the summer of 2018, but the financial details were not disclosed.

After his short visit to Cairo, Hefni returned to Libya to rejoin Ahly Tripoli's training sessions until the end of the current season.

Zamalek rivals Ahly were recently linked with a move for Hefni, but the 28-year old player finally chose his next destination.

Hefni is Zamalek's second summer signing, after their recent capture of former player Ibrahim Salah from Saudi side Al-Orubah.

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