The departure of Mustafa Mohamed, the Zamalek striker on loan to Turkish Galata Sarai for the end of the current season, became a matter of time in light of the striking brilliance of the young striker in the Turkish League, scoring influential goals with his team that prompted his club officials to start thinking about transferring his loan to a final sale to take advantage of his distinctive goalscoring abilities, which drives Zamalek To think about hiring an attacker who can be the legitimate heir to Mustafa Muhammad, especially after benefiting from the money expected from the sale of the bulldozer.
Owns Walid Azaro Big Dara in the Egyptian League, which enhances his chances of moving to Zamalek, and Al-Ahly contracted with Azaro in the summer of 2017 for 4 seasons, coming from the ranks of the new Moroccan defense team, and the Moroccan Assad succeeded in making tremendous popularity among the red fans thanks to his decisive goals and his brilliance in the Al-Ahly shirt, and in general and since Joining Al-Ahly in the summer of 2017, the Moroccan participated in 89 matches with Al-Ahly, scoring 41 goals and 16 assists.
As it has Walid Azaro A great scoring record with Al-Ahly increases his chances of playing for Zamalek, as Azaro managed to score 18 goals, with whom he ranked as the top scorer in the 2018 League and became the historical scorer for foreign players who wore the red shirt, Walid Azaro became the first Moroccan player to win the Egyptian League’s top scorer title, throughout its history, as well as He became the second non-Egyptian Arab player after the right-hand man Ali Mohsen, who won the title in the 1960-1961 season.
Azaro became the seventh foreign player to win the Egyptian League’s top scorer title, after the right-hand man Ali Mohsen, the Nigerian John Utaka, the Angolan Flavio Amadou “twice”, the singer Ernest Baba Arko, the Nigerian Buba Mensoah, and the singer John Antwi.
Walid Azaro is the best foreign striker to score goals in one season in the history of the Egyptian League since the start of the competition in the 1948-1949 season, on par with the Nigerian John Utaka, the Ismaili player, who scored 17 goals in the 1999-2000 season, and the Angolan Amadou Flavio, the former Al-Ahly striker, who scored the same number Of the goals for the 2006-2007 season.