Austrian Rapid Vienna has announced that the 22-year-old striker, Alliu Badji, has been transferred to Al-Ahly for 4 and a half seasons.
The club explained through its official website that the Austrian club agreed to the departure of Badji to Al-Ahly in the January transfers, after negotiations that the club described as respectable by officials of the Red Castle.
Commenting on the departure of the striker, Zoran Parisik, sports director of the Austrian club, said, “We wish success to Badji in his next life. We did not want him to miss the opportunity to play in one of the most popular and best clubs on his continent.”
He added, “It was not easy to neglect Alios services, but we will return to secure the attack line after the player’s departure, but we must thank Al-Ahly officials for the respectable negotiations during their negotiations with us to include Badji.”
The Austrian club announced its agreement with Al-Ahly club not to disclose the contract value or the financial details of the deal.
Revealed El-Ahly.comOn the value of the deal of the new Senegal striker for Al-Ahly club, which is estimated at about 2 million euros and to be paid over two years after the contract manager Amir Tawfiq agreed on all the details with the Austrian club officials.
Badji is scheduled to arrive in Cairo on Thursday evening, accompanied by Amir Tawfiq, after obtaining the player’s dispensing and obtaining the visa during the past hours.
The Senegalese striker appears in Maran Al-Ahly for the first time on Friday or Saturday at the latest, in order to prepare him for the match of the Tunisian coastal star in the African Champions League.