Azzaro moved to the Saudi League via Al-Ittefaq Gate in the last winter transfers on loan for 6 months from Al-Ahly.
The Moroccan newspaper, “The National Team”, said that Al-Ahly refused to sell the player’s contract to the Saudi club once and for all, stressing that the Egyptians cut off the dream of the Moroccan striker and agreed to sign a long-term contract between them.
The newspaper pointed out that the agreement was seeking to start negotiations to permanently annex Azaru to its ranks, until Al-Ahly confirmed via the official account of the Abu Dhabi Sports Channel on Twitter that Azzaru would return at the end of the season to the Red Castle because his team needed him in the next stage.
The Moroccan newspaper, quoting Saudi media reports, said that Al-Ittifaq club would nevertheless seek to include the Moroccan striker by trying to persuade the Al-Ahly administration to obtain it, especially after registering a strong presence during the matches he has played so far in the Saudi League.
It is noteworthy that Walid Azzaro played 497 minutes, during which he scored 3 goals, made 7 real chances for scoring, got a penalty, and also made 91 successful passes.