Le Matin – Ayoub El Kaabi near the Wydad of Casablanca

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The Moroccan international, Ayoub El Kaabi, is more than ever close to Wydad of Casablanca with whom he already did a six-month freelance at the start of the 2019-2020 season in the form of a loan. Free after the termination of his contract with the Chinese club Hebei Fortune, the former player of Racing Casablanca would have received an offer from the president of the WAC, Saïd Naciri. However, the player, also courted by several foreign clubs, hesitates to make up his mind.

In search of a center-forward of international stature, Wydad of Casablanca has set its sights on the Moroccan international Ayoub El Kaabi, top scorer of CHAN 2018. According to our information, the negotiations between the two parties would be at a advanced stage. Saïd Naciri, criticized by a large fringe of club supporters, wants to strike a blow during the summer transfer window in order to silence the discontent of club aficianados. And it is logically that he turns to the Moroccan international Ayoub El Kaabi, who left a good impression on the club during his six-month freelance with the Reds at the beginning of the year 2019-2020. Free of any commitment, after the end of his contract with the Chinese club Hebei Fortune, the former player of Racing Casablanca has since been in the sights of several Egyptian and Turkish clubs, in particular Zamalek and Al Ahly who are ready for him offer 1.8 million dollars and Pyramids FC which offered 1.7 million dollars to offer its services. Casablanca’s Wydad, who have already hosted the player for nearly six months, would like to recover the striker this summer to strengthen their attack line. The president of the WAC, Saïd Naciri, would have made an offer to the player and, according to our information, the latter would like to return to the Botola. Moreover, Saïd Naciri intends to rely on the desire of the player to return to Botola to convince him to sign for WAC. Recall that during his time at the WAC, El Kaabi had scored nine goals, including four in the African Champions League.

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