Kahraba returns to Zamalek after 2 years in KSA

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Mahmoud Kahraba in Ittihad Jeddah match vs Al Shabab greeting the fans – Courtesy of Kahraba's official account on Twitter

Mahmoud Kahraba in Ittihad Jeddah match vs Al Shabab greeting the fans – Courtesy of Kahraba's official account on Twitter

CAIRO - 8 July 2018: Zamalek’s president, Mortada Mansour, revealed that Mahmoud Abdel Moneim ‘Kahraba’ will return to the White Club.
Mortada said in a statement to Zamalek’s official website: "Kahraba’s release contract is already here; we have already received it from Ittihad Jeddah after the end of Kahraba's loan."

Kahraba was in a good form with Ittihad Jeddah last season as he featured in 24 games and scored five goals in all the competitions. Kahraba spent two seasons in Saudi Arabia which guaranteed him a place in the Egyptian national team’s squad in the World Cup.
"We have no intention to sell or loan Kahraba again and the player will be with us next season," Mortada concluded.

Kahraba joined Zamalek coming from Enppi in the 2015\2016 season; he played for the White Club for only one season.

After beginning his career as a youth player with Al-Ahly, he made his professional debut in the Egyptian Premier League with Enppi in 2011. He joined Swiss Super League side FC Luzern in a one year loan deal in 2013 but left the club in March 2014 after his contract was terminated with Luzern due to inappropriate behavior. He returned to Switzerland the following season for a six-month loan deal with Grasshopper.

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