Misr El-Maqassa striker Nana Poku has agreed a deal to join Egyptian Premier League rivals ENPPI in the upcoming January transfer window.
Poku was deemed an excess weight in El-Maqassa’s squad, having featured in just five league games so far this season scoring one goal.
The 25-year-old striker has signed a three and a half year deal with the Petroleum club on Thursday, in the presence of ENPPI’s director of football Abdelnasser Mohamed and the player’s agent, with ENPPI paying around 3 million Egyptian pound
Poku joined Misr El-Maqassa in 2015, spending a year and a half, before leaving on a six-month loan to Saudi outfit Al Shabab. However, the Ghanaian failed to impress since returning to Al Fayoum-based club.