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Al-Ahly midfielder Amar Hamdi has agreed to join Al-Ittihad from Alexandria on loan as part of Marwan Attia’s transfer to Al-Ahly.

And it was Al-Ahly’s completion revealed his agreement with Marwan Atiyah and Al-Ittihad of Alexandria and obtaining the player’s signature for four and a half seasons.

The deal will cost the Al-Ahly club a sum of money close to twenty-five million pounds, in addition to the loan of two players to the Alexandria Federation, among the 4 players the red team has offered to the gap leader, pending completion of the union management of its agreement with the players.

and taught That Amar Hamdi has agreed to a move to Al-Ittihad from Alexandria until the end of the season as part of the deal.

The Alexandria federation is keen to clear the transfer of another player from Al-Ahly on loan before the deal is officially announced.

Amar Hamdi suffered a cruciate ligament injury before Al-Ahly’s participation in the last edition of the Club World Cup last February.

Al-Ahly have arranged the transfer of Marwan Attia to the team, while Al-Ittihad of Alexandria are waiting to complete an agreement with their loan players before making the deal official.

Marwan Attia, 24, has been with Al-Ittihad Alexandria’s first team since 2019 following his promotion from the youth sector.

Atiya has featured for Al-Ittihad since the start of the current season in 10 matches, scoring one goal.

In total, the midfielder played for Al-Ittihad in 94 games, scoring a goal and assisting 6 goals.

Marawan Attia previously joined the Egypt national team camp under Roy Vitoria but did not feature a single minute.

Al-Ahly announced in the last hours the contract of the duo, Mohamed Al-Dawy, “Christo”, from the coastal star until the summer of 2027, and Khaled Abdel-Fattah, the back of Smouha, on loan until the end of the season, with the intention of purchase.

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