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The Tunisian club, Esperance, regained its former star Anis Al-Badri, a player from the Saudi Jeddah Federation, a year after his departure.

The Tunisian club reported on its website that Al-Badri completed the procedures for his return to the team, with a contract that extends to the summer of next year.

Al-Badri will support his club in his group stage in the African Champions League, in which he faces Zamalek, Mouloudia of Algeria and Senegalese Tongeth.

Anis Al-Badri, the former Tunisian Esperance player, moved to Al-Ittihad in Jeddah last January, with a contract extending for two and a half seasons, for $ 750,000.

Al-Badri participated in 11 league matches since joining Al-Ittihad, and was content with making one goal.

Badri, who is crowned CAF Champions League with Esperance, scored 10 goals and scored two goals in 16 matches in all competitions with the Tunisian team in the first half of last season.

Al-Badri had been linked to moving to Zamalek earlier. (See the details)



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