Tuesday 27 July 2021
Al-Sharjah Club of the United Arab Emirates announced its contract with the Congolese international, Ben Malango, from Moroccan Raja Sports, after his transfer to Zamalek faltered during the current summer transfers.
And Sharjah said through his official account on Twitter today, Tuesday: “We welcome Ben Malango to the Kings Castle, coming from the Moroccan Raja Club, with a contract that extends for 3 seasons.”
Sharjah outperformed Zamalek club in its quest to contract with the 27-year-old because of the method of paying the value of the deal.
After his presentation as a new player with Sharjah, Malango said: “I am very happy with the completion of the move to Sharjah Club, and the biggest of them are my ambitions that I carry with me and strive to achieve with the team that I have been keen to follow its news and watch a number of its matches in the past days.”
He added: “I have achieved all the championships I have played in during my career with African teams, and now I am in a new challenge and new championships that I am looking forward to winning, as I am always thirsty to win more titles and make the fans happy, whose chants represent the motivation to double the effort on the field and provide the best.”
🚨👑 A new king joins us 🚨
We welcome the joining of the Congolese international “Ben Malango” (27 years old) to the Kings Castle, coming from the Moroccan Raja Sports Club, with a contract that extends for 3 seasons. #sharjah_club pic.twitter.com/OyeMx3Epk1
— Sharjah Sharjah Club (@SharjahFC) July 27, 2021