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Tunisia’s Esperance is close to signing Ghanaian Abdul … Al-Huni will miss the derby

The management of the Tunisian Sports Club, Esperance, has come close to formally contracting with Ghanaian striker “Basset Abdoul”, to support the team’s attack during the current winter transfer period, as a prelude to registering it locally and in Africa in light of the overwhelming criticism directed at Bab Souika’s attack line during the last period.

Basset Abdoul will undergo medical examinations before signing the official contracts with Esperance Sports Club, in the coming hours, according to what was revealed by sources within the team, who confirmed that the technical director, Mouin Chaabani, agreed to contract with the Ghanaian striker.

The 24-year-old Abdul had previously played for Macedonia’s McDonega last season, scoring 8 goals and making 3 goals, during his participation in 14 matches with the team, which he left recently.

Ghanaian Basit Abdul began his football career with Dream FC, Ghanaian, and had professional experiences in Kosovo and Albania, and finally, he played in the ranks of Macedonian Macedonia, and his marketing value is 350 thousand euros, according to Transfer Market.

Meanwhile, Mouin Chaabani announced the list of the team that will face Olympic Béji on Tuesday, and the return of Algerian defender Abdelkader Badran after fulfilling the suspension penalty and the goalkeeper al-far.

The list includes: “Bin Sharifia – Bin Mustafa – Al Dabashi – Al Naqaz – Bin Hamida – Al Rabeeh – Shammam – Badran – Toqai – Coulibaly – Ghbo – Al Shaalali – Bin Ramadan – Bin Shawq – Bin Ghaith – Al Marzouki – Meziane – Al Maymoni – Al Fada – Al-Khunaisi – Bin Khalifa.

On the other hand, the absence of Libyan Hamdou El-Houni from the ranks of Esperance was confirmed in the derby against the African club next Saturday, in the Tunisian League Championship, where he suffers from a muscle tear that requires him to rest for several days.

The absence of Al-Huni represents a great shock for coach Moein Al-Shaabani, especially as he is the strongest link in the team’s offensive line, and he relies on him a lot thanks to his charming touches in the front line, and he has been the savior of his team in many games

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