Report: Hamid Ahaddad wants Raja Casablanca stay

Report: Hamid Ahaddad wants Raja Casablanca stay
Report: Hamid Ahaddad wants Raja Casablanca stay

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It has been reported that Zamalek loanee Hamid Ahaddad has expressed his desire to stay with Morocco giants Raja Casablanca after a first promising season.

Ahaddad had joined Raja Casablanca on loan with an option to buy at the end of the season from Zamalek.

The 24-year-old had joined Zamalek in the summer transfer window Morocco’s Difaâ El Jadida, but endured a difficult time in Egypt.

He managed to start only three league games from 12, without scoring or assisting any goals, with his only strike coming in the CAF Confederation Cup final.

Things were different for Ahaddad at Raja, as he managed to deliver good performances and recorded 17 appearances across all competitions in season 2019/2020 scoring four goals and registering two assists.

According to Moroccan newspaper Assabah, Ahaddad aims to stay with the Moroccan club on permanent basis. He informed his closed ones about his preference to stay at Casablanca over returning to Zamalek.

However, the Moroccan outlet stated that the stumbling block for a possible deal would be the financial difficulties Raja are going through in the time being, unless Zamalek lower their demands.

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