Egyptian Zamalek signs Tunisian Hamdi El-Naqaz | A homeland tweeting outside the flock


The Egyptian Zamalek football team signed today, Tuesday, 28-year-old Tunisian right-back Hamdi El-Naqaz, from Esperance Club, during the transfer season this summer.

Zamalek and Hamdi El-Naqaz

And the defending champion, Zamalek, published a statement on its official website, which said: “The Tunisian Hamdi El-Naqaz, the former right-back player for the Esperance Sports team, signed a contract to move to Zamalek for three full seasons.”

Zamalek added, “The player Hamdi Al-Naqaz signed the contracts in the presence of Captain Hussein Labib, head of the committee in charge of managing the Egyptian club Zamalek, Dr. Hossam Al-Mandowa and Captain Hussein Al-Sayed, members of the committee, Captain Farouk Jaafar, the technical advisor to the Oval team.”

Zamalek deals

This is the third deal for the Egyptian Zamalek team, as it contracted before that with Al-Masry Al-Portsaidi striker Omar Kamal Abdel Wahed in a free transfer deal.

As well as the player Mahmoud Shabana, the Aswan defender, to support the team during the next season in the framework of defending its title, as well as the strong competition in the African Champions League.

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Hamdi Al-Naqaz said in his tweet to him through his account on the social networking sites “Instagram”, saying: Happy to be back in zamalek clubA different return with new challenges and hopes, through which I seek to delight the white masses, for whom I have always respected and appreciated.”

Hamdi Al-Naqaz and his football career

The Tunisian player Hamdi Al-Naqaz’s professional career in football began, after joining the Etoile du Sahel club during the summer of 2013 and until 2018, he participated in 110 matches and managed to score 7 goals.

In 2018, he contracted with the Egyptian team Zamalek for two full seasons, where he played 30 matches, scoring two goals, after which he moved to the ranks of the Tunisian Esperance Club, with whom he participated in 19 games in all the different competitions, scoring the only goal with him.

Then he returned to the Egyptian Zamalek team during the summer transfer season in a deal for three seasons, while the Zamalek administration did not reveal the value of the transfer deal for Hamdi Al-Naqaz to the Egyptian Oval team.

It is noteworthy that the Zamalek team won the Egyptian League championship last season for the 13th time in its history, after an absence from the coronation since 2003.

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