Tuesday Mar 14, 2017. 09:00
Saudi Arabian club Ittihad Jeddah are keen on signing Egyptian international Mahmoud Kahraba on a permanent basis, reports KingFut.
The 22-year-old joined Ittihad on loan from Egyptian giants Zamalek last year and cost the Saudi team $2-million according to club official Abdallah Sharaf.
“There are two months left in Kahraba’s contract, after that we will talk with the technical staff to know their opinion on the player,” Sharaf told Youth and Sports Radio.
“Kahraba didn’t disappoint Ittihad Jeddah’s officials and lived up to their exceptions,” he added.
Zamalek chairman Mortada Mansour will demand a hefty fee for the Pharaohs attacker, claiming last week that the player is worth $100-million after scoring the winner in the Crown Prince Cup final.
Kahraba has scored 15 goals in 20 appearances for Ittihad.