Al-Ittihad Club, the giant of the Saudi Professional Football League, announced the signing of Tariq Hamed, the Zamalek midfielder, today, Sunday.
The union wrote on Twitter, “The pharaonic warrior remains a tiger,” and published a video message, the last of which was “Tariq Hamed Ittihady.”
Al-Ittihad did not reveal the details of the contract, while reports stated that he moved with a two-year contract after the expiration of his contract with Zamalek.
Al-Ittihad competed vigorously for the league title last season, but in the end it was satisfied with getting second place behind the champion Al-Hilal.
Al-Ittihad began its preparations for the new season today, led by Portuguese coach Nuno Santo, former Wolverhampton Wanderers and Tottenham Hotspur coach.
Hamed, 33, missed most of the current season due to injury, and Egyptian reports stated that he had entered into disputes with the club’s management before he agreed to waive part of his dues in exchange for leaving at the present time.
Hamed occupies the center of the defensive center and is distinguished by the strength of his interventions, but his level has declined in the recent period, and he got out of the calculations of the former coach of the Egypt national team, Carlos Queiroz, but he will hope to restore his brilliance and return to represent his country.
– Saudi Al Ittihad Club (@ittihad) July 24, 2022
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