It’s official.. Algerian international Badran moves to Saudi club Damak

Damak, fifth in the Saudi Football League, has announced a two-season contract for Algerian international defender Abdelkader Badran as part of a free transfer deal following the expiration of his contract with Tunisian side Esperance.

Damak said via his Twitter account, welcoming his new player: “Welcome to the desert warrior Abdel Qader Badran among us.”

He added: “Abdul Qader Badran Damkawi
for two seasons.

Badran was part of the Algerian team that won the Arab Cup in Doha last year.

He started his football career at USM Blida (2013-2016), then moved to Algerian ES Setif (2016-2019) and won the league title and the local Super Cup with him in 2017, and then landed in Tunisian Esperanza in 2019 and got with him three times (2020 and 2021 and 2022) the league title, twice (2020 and 2021) the local Super Cup, and he also participated with him in the Club World Cup in 2019.

Damak finished last season in fifth place with 44 points, with a 1-1 draw with Al-Tawon in the final leg.

Source: agencies

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