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Baghdad Bounedjah set to depart Al Sadd: Will Al Shabab be his next destination?

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Baghdad Bounedjah’s illustrious journey with Al Sadd, spanning back to his arrival in 2015, appears to be reaching its conclusion. The Algerian striker, celebrated for his iconic presence on the field and his remarkable tally of over 200 goals for the club, is poised to bid farewell to his Al Sadd jersey this summer.

Exclusive insights from Africafoot reveal that Bounedjah’s tenure with Al Sadd is drawing to a close as his contract approaches its expiration date.

With the club’s management eyeing a rejuvenation of the squad, the decision not to extend the veteran striker’s contract comes as part of a strategic overhaul to usher in a new era for the team.

Despite his significant contributions over the years, Bounedjah, now 32 years old, faces mounting pressure to maintain his stellar performances, a challenge that has become increasingly demanding with time.

However, this transition marks not the end but a new chapter in Bounedjah’s career.

Sources suggest that Al Shabab, a prominent club in the Saudi Pro League, is keen to secure the services of the seasoned striker, aiming to make him their marquee signing at the onset of the transfer window.

Currently positioned 9th in the Saudi Pro League standings, Al Shabab is in search of a potent goal-scoring force to bolster its lineup.

With Senegalese striker Habib Diallo falling short of expectations this season, the club is eager to find a replacement capable of making a significant impact on the field.

While Bounedjah’s departure from Qatar seems imminent, his future in the Gulf region remains promising.

Should the Algerian international depart Al Sadd, all signs point towards a potential move to Saudi Arabia, where he could find new opportunities to showcase his talent and continue his footballing journey.

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