Warriors forward Abbas Amidu is set to bounce back to his former club amid revelations that he was released by his Egyptian club, Entag El-Harby .
By Sportbrief Reporter
The Zimbabwe international rose to stardom after he scored the away goal against TP Mazembe in DRC last year.
The goal propelled the Green Machine into the Group stages of the 2017 CAF Champions League edition.
Entag El-Harby released Amidu along with eight other players.
Entag El Harby have announced they are releasing nine of their players, namely Momen Gaber, Afrotto, Mohamed Mohsen Leila, Ahmed Sherwyda, Ahmed Saidy, Mohamed Essam, Ahmed El-Ish, Mohamed Khalifa and Abbas Amidu .
Amidu joined Entag El Harby from CAPS United for a reported fee of $30,000, after leading them to their first domestic league title after a decade.
Amidu also made headlines after scoring against Zamalek in the CAF Champions League group stages last July.
The speedy player was also present at CAPS United training session today.
He is likely to don the famous green and white jersey after the July transfer window.