Bolivar fans bid farewell to Bruno Savio, the new Al-Ahly player.. Photos

The fans of the Bolivian club Bolivar were keen to bid farewell to the Brazilian Bruno Savio, Al-Ahly’s new wing, during their last team match at dawn today, Sunday, before traveling to Cairo to start his journey with Al-Ahly, who completed the contract procedures with the Brazilian player, as the fans gathered in front of the club’s headquarters to bid farewell to their star..

The Bolivian club, Bolivar, announced, through its official account on Twitter, that Bruno Savio joined Al-Ahly during the current summer transfers, after a series of negotiations that culminated in Al-Ahly’s success in resolving the deal in his favour..

Bolivian club Bolivar announced the transfer of its Brazilian winger Bruno Savio to Al-Ahly, on Saturday, to be the first deal for the red team next season..

A statement from Bolivar Club stated on its Twitter page: “We announce the transfer of Bruno Savio to Al-Ahly of Egypt, as this is a great opportunity in Bruno’s career, we wish him every success in one of the biggest clubs in Africa and celebrate his growth, thanks for leaving everything to Heaven.”

Savio is 28 years old, and is good at playing in all attacking positions, whether spearheads, wingers or playmaker. He started his football career with Guarani Club, which was founded in 1911, and is currently in the Brazilian Second Division, and played for the Brazilian American Mineiro. From the 2015-2018 season, he played 50 matches with this team, scoring 8 goals.

Savio went out on loan to the Brazilian Mirasol in 2017, and the Brazilian Coiaba, and in 2019, he was in the ranks of the Croatian Astra, before moving to the Brazilian Avai and then in the ranks of the Brazilian Guarani Club..

Bruno Savio moved to Bolivar from Bolivia, on January 1, 2022, after his brilliance in the ranks of the Brazilian Guarani, where he scored 15 goals and assisted 11 in the 70 matches he played with this team, which made him move to the Bolivian club..

At Savio’s last station with Bolivar, he starred strongly, scoring 16 goals and making 4, that is, he contributed to 20 goals during 31 meetings in various competitions, and the distinguished match that witnessed his brilliance was his team’s confrontation with Blooming in the first round of the league, where the confrontation ended in favor of Bolivar with seven goals. Without a response, the Brazilian striker scored three “hat-trick” goals.

Brazilian Bruno Savio (2)

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