Aswan Club announced that its board of directors had completed the contracting procedures with Ali Fathi, the former left back of the clearing and Zamalek, as part of a plan to strengthen the southern team in preparation for participating in the Premier League next season.
Aswan Club indicated, through an official statement issued today, Friday, that Ali Fathi had signed his transfer contracts to Aswan Club for a period of two seasons in a free transfer deal, in the presence of both Ehab Mansour, a member of the club’s board of directors, and Haitham Orabi, the sports director.
Ali Fathi previously played for the Arab Contractors, Zamalek, Military Production and Al-Maqasa clubs, as well as a professional experience with Portugal’s Nacional Madeira.
It is noteworthy that Aswan Club has signed a contract with Gabonese striker Malik Evona, Mahmoud Abdel Hakim Al-Dakhiliya wing, Moroccan winger Ahmed Belhaj, Tigris midfielder Ibrahim Ayesh, Porto Suez midfielder Youssef Ahmed Hassan, and Al-Nassr striker Mido Al-Attar.
It also included Abd al-Rahman al-Ashry, defender of Enppi, Mido Mustafa, the back of the National Bank, Saber El-Shimy, defender of the Eastern Company, alongside Muhammad Hamdi Zaki, Gamal al-Saeed, Islam Salah, Imad Fathi and the Angolan Delson Kamoni, in addition to the return of Abdel Aziz Musa after the end of his loan to the Eastern Company.