An Al Ahly forward has secured a move to Saudi Arabia after tough first season with the Egyptian giants.
Luis Miquissone joined the Red Devils in August last year from Tanzanian side Simba after impressing during the CAF Champions League.
The 27-year-old made a total of 21 appearances in the Egyptian Premier League, scoring five goals in the process although he was never permanent fixture in the side.
Egyptian publication KingFut have reported that the Mozambique international is set to join Saudi Pro League outfit Abha on a season-long loan.
The Saudi Pro League outfit has now confirmed the move on their social media platform.
After finishing third in the league recently, the Red Devils are now reportedly looking to bolster their squad and will offload Miquissone to make space for a new foreign player.
Some other notable players at the Saudi Arabian outfit include Former Inter Milan striker Felipe Caicedo and Cameroon shot-stopper Devis Epassy.
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