Moroccan forward Moestafa El Kabir joins Ankaragucu

The 29-year-old has returned to Turkey with the Ankara 19 Mayıs Stadium outfit after an agreement was reached

Moroccan forward Moestafa El Kabir has joined newly promoted Turkish Super Lig side Ankaragucu on a one-year deal from Hacken.

The striker teamed up with the Swedish outfit in March 2018 from Antalyaspor on loan and in May, he was acquired permanently.

The former Genclerbirligi player will be expected to add bite to the Yellow-Navy’s attack as they hope for a good campaign in the top-flight.

Reacting to the move, El Kabir expressed his pleasure to return to Turkey while thanking the club’s president Mehmet Yiginer for making the deal come to light.

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"I am very happy to have returned to Turkey, I thank the president for giving me the opportunity,” El Kabir told club website.

“We are a club with really great fans. I want to join my teammates and start training as soon as possible."

El Kabir would be looking to make his debut when Ankaragucu trade tackles with Galatasaray on August 11.

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