Sassi agrees terms with Qatari side Al-Duhail – Report

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Ferjani Sassi

- Yasmine El Tohamy - Tunisia international and Zamalek midfielder, Ferjani Sassi, has reportedly agreed personal with Qatari side Al-Duhail as he prepares to leave the White Castle.

Zamalek have failed to renew Sassi’s contract for the past months due to the lack of financial resources at the club.

READ: Zamalek confirm Ferjani Sassi to stay in Mit Okba

Thanks to his impressive performances with the Whites for the past two years, the 28-year-old gathered a lot of interest from clubs in the region.

With his contract ending by the end of the 2020/2021 season, it has been rumoured that many clubs have started negotiations with the player.

Ferjani Sassi

These included Egypt’s Pyramids FC, Al Hilal from Saudi Arabia and Qatar’s Al-Duhail SC, who have reportedly secured his signature.

According to, Sassi will receive $2.4 million per year and has agreed all personal terms and is just awaiting to sign the contract.

Ferjani Sassi

The Tunisian star made a name for himself in Egypt, winning four trophies including the Egypt Cup, the Egyptian Super Cup, the CAF Confederation Cup and the CAF Super Cup.

READ: Sassi’s winner helps Zamalek increase Ismaily’s woes

Meanwhile, ha managed to score 15 goals and provide 12 assists in 83 games with Zamalek.

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