United Arab Emirates outfit Bani Yas have completed the signing of Egyptian striker Mohamed Zidan on a two-year deal Monday, French news agency (AFP) revealed.
Bani Yas, ended 9th in the Emirates' Professionals League table last season, didn't disclose the financial details of the deal of the Pharaohs star who was free to sign for any other club as his contract with Dortmund expired last June.
The 30-year-old attacker left Bundesliga champions Dortmund in the January transfer window in search of more regular first-team football than he found when he joined Mainz on loan.
Zamalek marksman Razak Omotoyossi is back in Cairo after a month of boycotting his team due to financial problems.
Razak's Agent Ahmed Yehia told SuperSportcom that his player arrived in Cairo yesterday from his country and he is now ready to start training with the team.
"Razak is now back after the Zamalek board ended his problem and he will start training with the team and the head coach will then decide if he will be ready for the next game or not". Yehia said.
SuperSport's sources indicate that Zamalek owed to Razak circa $80.000.00 dollars out of which the board paid $56.000.00.
The management of Portsmouth FC has confirmed that former Super Eagles captain, Nwankwo Kanu has officially ended his contract with the English League 1 side.
According to reports from Fratton Park, Kanu became the latest player to quit Pompey, bringing down the number of senior players to three.
Local sources in the city however explained that the last has not yet been heard of the face-off between the two sides because the Blues still faces a fight to fend off Kanu’s barrister’s £3m claim which the club claims could finish it.
The News UK reports that the former Arsenal striker’s 14-day notice expired at the end of last week, thus effectively seeing him walk out on the remaining 12 months of his contract.
Orlando Pirates skipper Lucky Lekgwathi has extend his stay at the Mayfair-based outfit by another season the club said on their website on Tuesday.
This deal which was signed and sealed on Monday will see Lekgwathi lead the Bucs in their quest to defend their historic double treble champions title. Lekgwathi reiterated his commitment and love for the black and white sea robbers.
”Look, I said it before and I will say it again… this is home and I will never leave Orlando Pirates. I have a very good relationship with the chairman, I can go to him whenever there are issues I need help on.