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Moroccan Al-Raja is close to contract Boulahroud … and Al-Ain denies Sufian Rahimi’s negotiations

Moroccan club Raja Casablanca has approached the signing of Moroccan international Badr Boulahroud, a former Spanish club player of Malaga, as club officials reached an agreement with the player’s agent in order to formally sign him.

The 27-year-old is close to officially announcing his joining the ranks of Raja Casablanca in the next few hours, where some simple details remain, before the official announcement of that free deal after the player canceled his contract with the Spanish club Malaga since last October, to remain without a club for five months.

Paulhroud fought only two encounters this season, in which he participated as a substitute with Malaga, before the contract was terminated, knowing that he had 19 matches in the Spanish second division last season, in which he provided one decisive pass, without scoring any goal.

The Moroccan player’s transfer deal to Real Zaragoza failed, at a time when Boulheroud was aspiring to a new experience, after his contract with Malaga was terminated.

In another context, the UAE club Al Ain denied all the news that had been reported in the past hours, that it had reached an official agreement with Moroccan Raja Casablanca, in order to purchase the contract for the glittering wing, Sofiane Rahimi, during the upcoming summer transfer period.

A source inside Al Ain Club said that all the news that there are currently negotiations to join Rahimi is incorrect, especially with the end of the winter Mercato in the Emirates, and the possibility of the current coach’s departure next summer, which is highly probable, and therefore Al Ain Club management will not buy and pay a player. In exchange for large money at the current time.

Al-Ain has good relations with Raja, he added, but Rahimi’s negotiation step is just a rumor, and deals cannot be dealt with at all randomly.

Rahimi continues to grab attention in the African Nations Cup competition for local players, after he led Morocco to the final match by scoring two goals out of four, against Cameroon (the host country), which was held on Wednesday evening.

It is noteworthy that the 24-year-old is the top scorer in the African Nations Championship for local people, with 5 goals, two goals away from Guinean striker Yakuba Bari, who left the tournament after losing to Mali.

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