Greek club Ergotelis sign Wadi Degla youngster

Greek club Ergotelis sign Wadi Degla youngster
Greek club Ergotelis sign Wadi Degla youngster

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Photo: Ergotelis FC

Greek outfit Ergotelis have announced the signing of young Wadi Degla forward Ramez Medhat on loan until the end of the season with an option to make the move permanent, the club announced.

Ergotelis new transfer signing, who has gotten a Hungarian passport, is 20 and can be deployed as a winger on both the left and right sides.

Medhat started at a small Egyptian academy to stand out with his performances and receive offers from Arab clubs and more specifically ENPPI, Al Ahly and Zamalek.

His first contract was with Al Ahly where he competed for two years. He then took a one-year transfer to Assiouty SC (Pyramids now) before joining Wadi Degla where he scored 13 goals in last season’s U-21 championship.

“I am very excited to be coming to Greece. For me it is a new challenge and I thank the people of Ergotelis for giving me the opportunity to join this team,” Medhat told Ergotelis’ official website.

“I watched the Greek league because of my acquaintance with Amr Warda. I am ready to integrate with my new team and I promise to do my best to help my team achieve its goal.”

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