Xenia Sports – Cairo
The Egyptian Al-Ahly Club signed a contract with Egyptian defender Ahmed Ramadan known by the nickname “Beckham” for the next five seasons, after an agreement with his club, Wadi Degla, on all the details of the deal.
The player signed all contracts and official papers with Amir Tawfiq, director of contracts at the Egyptian Al-Ahly Club, on Monday morning, thus becoming the fourth player to join the ranks of the Cairo team.
Al-Ahly had signed Moroccan defender Badr Bannon, Ahmed Abdelkader, the midfielder, as well as Olympic winger Taher Mohamed Taher.
Al-Ahly regained the services of its former youth, Ahmed Ramadan, from the ranks of wadi degla, after paying a fee of more than 12 million pounds. Beckham adhered to join the ranks of the red team, despite the arrival of several offers from local and foreign clubs seeking to contract with him during the current transfer market in Egypt.