Thursday 2 September 2021
Tunisian press reports revealed that Farco Club, newly promoted to the Premier League, completed the procedures for the inclusion of Tunisian club Sfaxien player Azmi Ghouma.
The Tunisian Radio Mosaique website indicated that Sfaxien club officials agreed to sell their 23-year-old player to Farco for $350,000, to be paid once and not by installments.
The contract for the sale of the player, who is active in the left-back position, included the Tunisian club obtaining 10% of the value of Gomas transfer to any other club from the ranks of Farco.
Farco club had announced during the last period its contract with the defender of Misr El-Maqasa Club, Ahmed Modi, the Algerian Rezki Hamroun, coming from the ranks of JS Kabylie, the Egyptian Mohamed Fouad coming from the Saudi Al-Ain club, and the Nigerian Kingsley Sukkari coming from the Tunisian Sfaxien, Mahmoud Imad, midfielder Petrojet, and Abdullah Bakri, a player Pyramids.
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