As we told you, Al-Masry officially includes this player

Al-Masry Al-Portsaidi club announced on its official page on social networking sites a new deal.

Cameroonian Etoga, who joined Al-Masry in a deal that cost the team nearly $400,000.

The 21-year-old joined Al-Masry from Ghana's Asante Kotoko, with a three-year contract, according to reports.

We previously mentioned the player's presence in Cairo to complete the contract after a successful negotiation trip between the two parties.

Al-Masry succeeded in including Daghmoum and Imad El-Din Boubaker along with Hussein El-Sayed in a successful Mercato so far with the new leadership headed by Kamel Abu Ali, president of the Egyptian Club in his second term.

Al-Masry’s reinforcements are continuing and a promising deal reaches Cairo:

Recently, it was reported that Al-Masry Al-Portsaidi officials entered into serious negotiations with Cameroonian Frank Tioga.

Etoga's agent came out through his personal account on the social networking site Twitter to confirm that Al-Masry completed the deal for the Cameroonian player.

Yoga arrived this morning at Cairo Airport in preparation for signing contracts with the Egyptian club officials.

The deal will cost the club's treasury only about $400,000, according to the player's agent.

While the player will receive an annual salary of 300,000 dollars at 25,000 dollars per month.

Yoga was active in the Ashanti Kotoko club, where the 21-year-old scored 22 goals in the last season.

Tioga joined an extended list of deals in which Al-Masry succeeded in strengthening his ranks with more than one foreign and local name.

Reports reveal the details of Ismaili’s negotiations with Garrido:

Al-Ismaili, led by the club’s chairman, Yahya Al-Koumi, concluded several important deals with high-caliber names.

But at the same time, and since it was announced that the decision to appoint Cristovao was rescinded less than two hours later, Dervish officials are looking for a new captain to lead the Ismaili in the new season.

As we previously told you, Ismaili officials are seeking to sign the Spanish Juan Carlos Garrido, the former Al-Ahly coach.

Matters that have not been finalized so far, to release press reports revealing the latest developments.

Where it was reported that Jarrido's desire is to return to the Egyptian League again, but some details in the contract are being worked on with the company of Ismaili officials to resolve matters.

The Ismaili administration contacted more than one name before Garrido was settled, waiting for the last frills before announcing the contract.

Al-Ismaili was able to settle several strong deals in his favor, most notably Hamdi Al-Naqaz and Bassem Morsi, the former Zamalek players, and Saleh Gomaa, the former Al-Ahly player, along with some professionals.

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