Pyramids complete deals for Ivory Coast's Wilfried Kanon and Tunisia's Amor Layouni

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Tarek Taha from Ismaily
Tarek Taha from Ismaily
Islam Issa from El Masry
Islam Issa from El Masry
Ahmed Ali from Arab Contractors. (Image from Pyram
Ahmed Ali from Arab Contractors. (Image from Pyramids FC)
Ibrahim Hassan from Zamalek. (Image source: Pyrami
Ibrahim Hassan from Zamalek. (Image source: Pyramids FC)
Mahmoud Hamada from El Makasa.
Mahmoud Hamada from El Makasa.
John Antwi, the highest scoring foreigner in Egypt
John Antwi, the highest scoring foreigner in Egyptian PL history from El Makasa.
Dodo Elgabas from Wadi Degla.
Dodo Elgabas from Wadi Degla.
The Egyptian Premier League side have made no less
The Egyptian Premier League side have made no less than 11 signings after their lavish R850m spend last season.
Ahmed Hamoudy from Al Ahly.
Ahmed Hamoudy from Al Ahly.
Amor Layouni from Bodo in Norway in R25 million tr
Amor Layouni from Bodo in Norway in R25 million transfer.
Wilfried Kanon in undisclosed fee from Eredivisie
Wilfried Kanon in undisclosed fee from Eredivisie side ADO Den Haag.
Lumala Abdu from Kalmar FF in Sweden.
Lumala Abdu from Kalmar FF in Sweden.

Egyptian Premier League big-spenders Pyramids have signed two sought-after African stars amongst 11 new additions ahead of the new season.

After finishing in third place, ten points of leaders Al Ahly, Pyramids opted to sack Ramon Diaz, who was the highest-paid manager on the continent at the time.
 
 
Sebastian Desabre, who led Uganda to the knockout stages of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations was then roped in as Diaz' successor - with a host of new arrivals.
 
After already securing, Ghana striker John Antwi, the highest scoring foreigner in Egyptian top-flight history - the ambitious club have now invested further.
 
Scroll through the gallery above to see all 11 new arrivals for Pyramids ahead of the 2019/20 season
 
Ivory Coast centre back Wilfried Kanon and Tunisia winger Amor Layouni have now been added as their marquee arrivals.
 
Kanon represented the Elephants at Egypt 2019 and had been starring in the Eredivisie with ADO den Haag last season.
 
Meanwhile, Sweden-born Layouni, 22, moves from Glimt Bodo in a deal worth a reported R25 million - according to the Norwegian club.
 
Amongst the other arrivals include Uganda star Lumala Abdu, who they signed from Swedish outfit Kalmar FF and former FC Basel man Ahmed Ahmoudi.
 
Pyramids' league campaign kicks off against ENPPI tomorrow at their home ground, 30 June Stadium, in Cairo.