On Thursday, ittihad Jeddah announced its official contract with Moroccan striker Abdel Razzaq Hamdallah for a season and a half.
The contract of the western team with the “30-year-old” striker comes after the management of Al-Nasr Club terminated Hamdallah’s contract, for reasons she described as legal and legitimate earlier this month.
Hamdallah moved to Al-Nasr as a free player in the summer of 2018, and became the historical top scorer in the Saudi Professional League with 34 goals. He also contributed to winning the league championship that season and the Saudi Super Cup championship “twice”.
Hamdallah played 107 matches with Al Nasr in all competitions, during which he scored 112 goals and assisted 24.
Al-Ittihad will become the 8th club in the career of the player, who played in Morocco and Norway, in addition to China and Qatar, before coming to Saudi Arabia.