FilGoal | News | The second deal .. Al-Ahly includes Savio for three seasons

Al-Ahly club announced the official signing of the Brazilian striker, Bruno Savio, from Bolivar.

Savio arrived in Cairo this morning, Tuesday, before undergoing a medical examination and completing his transfer officially.

Al-Ahly revealed the contract with Savio for a period of three seasons, with the right to extend the contract for a fourth season.

Savio is the fourth foreigner for Al-Ahly for the new season, accompanied by Percy Tao, Ali Maaloul and Aliou Diang, while the Red Team is left with a fifth foreigner, according to the regulations of the Egyptian Federation.

Al-Ahly left its ranks last season, Badr Bannon, the Moroccan defender, who moved to the ranks of Qatar, and Luis Miccioni was loaned to Saudi Arabia’s Abha.

And Marcelo Claurie, president of the Bolivian club Bolivar, had revealed earlier that Savio had moved to Al-Ahly for one and a half million dollars.

Learn more about Bruno Savio, Al-Ahly’s new deal.

The 28-year-old is a Brazilian striker who can play as a right winger.

Savio began his career with the Brazilian American and was loaned to Cuiaba Esporte, then moved to Bragantino, from which he returned to America his first team.

Savio was loaned again to Cuiaba, then moved to Portuguese Lolitano, from which he was loaned to Croatian NK Astra.

Bruno Savio moved to Brazilian club Avai on loan, then loaned to Brazilian Guarani.

In the end, he has been in the ranks of Bolivar since January of last year.

According to the Transfermarkt website, Bruno Savio played 141 matches during his career, during which he scored 33 goals and assisted 18.

While Bolivar is the most prominent club with which he starred, after he scored 16 goals and assisted 4 in the 31 games he participated in.

Bruno Savio contributed to Bolivar’s crowning of the Abertora stage in the Bolivian League this season, and his qualification to the Copa Libertadores.

Savio was the fifth top scorer in the Bolivian league in Clausura stage this season, with seven goals.

Scroll to Top