French winger Malouda ends Egyptian trip with Wadi Degla

Ahmed Abd El Rasoul , Wednesday 20 Jul 2016

Malouda scored three goals and assisted on another eight in 16 matches with Wadi Degla this season

Malouda with Degla's Jersey (Photo: The player's official website)

Former Chelsea and France winger Florent Malouda has left Wadi Degla after ending his loan spell, the Egyptian Premier League side announced on Tuesday.

"Malouda will return to his Indian club Delhi Dynamos after ending his loan deal," Wadi Degla announced in a statement via its official Facebook page.

"He delivered outstanding performances with the club scoring three goals and assisting on another eight in 16 matches," the club added.

Late in January, the Egyptian side announced the signing of the 36-year- old high-profile attacking midfielder Malouda on a six-month deal from Indian Super League side Delhi Dynamos.

During a five-year stint at Chelsea, Malouda helped the Londoners win the English Premier League, 2012 Champions League title and three FA Cup titles between 2007 and 2013.

Before sealing his move to the Blues, Malouda won four league titles during a four-year spell at French side Lyon.

He then joined Turkey's Trabzonspor before leaving for French side Metz in 2014, where he spent a year before heading towards India.

Degla ended the Egyptian league this season in the fifth place with 54 points, 21 behind champions Ahly.

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