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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - Bank Al Ahly have announced the signing of Zamalek winger Karim Bambo on loan until the end of the season.
Karim Bambo has failed to assert himself as a starter since joining the Whites from Ismaily in July 2019.
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The 27-year-old made a shy 12 appearances for the White Knights, scoring once failed to make any appearance this season.
This led Bambo to request to leave on loan in order to get more playing time and rediscover his old form.
And it was newly-promoted side Bank Al Ahly, who acquired his services on a six-month loan deal as they look to avoid relegation in their first-ever season in the top-tier.
He becomes Bank Al Ahly’s first winter signing and the latest player to join on loan alongside Al Ahly trio Mohamed Fakrhi, Shady Radwan and Ismail El Leithy, and Misr El-Makkasa’s Ahmed Yassin.
Bambo will reunite with former head coach Mohamed Youssef, who coached the winger during his time at Al Ahly back in 2014.
Bambo, 27, is a prodcut of Al Ahly youth system, winning the Egyptian Premier League, Egypt Super Cup, and the CAF Confederation Cup with them, before leaving to Ismaily on a free transfer.
During three years in Ismailia, Bambo made 100 appearances, scoring 23 goals, before joining Zamalek and winning the Egypt Cup, Egypt Super Cup, and the CAF Super Cup with the Whites.
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