Pyramids FC announced the signing of Zamalek forward Youssef Osama Nabih. Photo: Pyramids FC official Twitter account.
The Egyptian Premier League's second-placed team stated that the acquisition of Nabih aligns with their strategy of nurturing promising players and bolstering the squad with young talent.
The 22-year-old, who can also operate as a left winger, emerged as a notable figure during the 2021/2022 season, making impactful contributions off the bench that played a crucial role in Zamalek's successful Egyptian Premier League campaign.
Nabih, the son of former Zamalek assistant coach Osama Nabih, began his career at Enppi's U23 team before joining Zamalek's U21 setup in 2017. In January 2020, he was loaned to Aswan by the Cairo Giants for the remainder of the season.
In January 2020, the Cairo Giants loaned out Nabih to Aswan until the end of the season, and then the Upper-Egyptian side renewed the loan deal though appeared in only 7 games.
Nabih made his return to Zamalek in 2021, where he was promoted to the first team under the guidance of French coach Patrice Carteron.
The talented right-footed forward has represented Zamalek in 45 matches in all competitions, contributing with five goals and four assists.
He has also earned two Egyptian league titles and one Egypt Cup title during his time with the club.
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