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It has been reported that former Pyramids winger Keno has been proposed to Sudan giants Al Hilal by the club’s honourary president Turki Al Sheikh as they prepare to participate in the CAF Champions League group stages.
Keno’s adventure in the Middle East ended in June 2020 two years after he joined Pyramids as part of their ambitious project under Turki El Sheikh back in the summer of 2018.
The Brazilian winger left Pyramids towards his homeland side Atletico Mineiro on a three-year contract.
During his spell at Pyramids, the 31-year-old also moved to UAE outfit Al Jazira on loan before returning to complete his return to Brazil.
The 31-year-old had an insane record in Egypt, scoring 10 goals while providing 11 assists in 33 games during his only season with the club.
And he could return back to Africa, as according to Sudanese source Kafr Watr, Al Sheikh have proposed signing Keno for the Sudan giants.
Two Brazilian players have also been offered to Al Hilal management and the club is evaluating the possibility of signing them, according to the source.
Al Sheikh was the one who also signed Keno for Pyramids during his stint as the club’s honourary president, before they both left the club.
This season, Keno has scored 10 goals while assisting further five in 27 games in the Brazilian Série A for Clube Atlético Mineiro.
Meanwhile, Al Hilal have been drawn in a tough group of the CAF Champions League along with Mamelodi Sundowns, TP Mazembe, and CR Belouizdad in Group B.
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