Transfer News & Speculation: Wehdat to re-open Keshkesh talks, Bahdari gets 3-year extension
Jordanian newspaper Al-Ghad is reporting that talks to move Ahmed Keshkesh to the Jordanian Capital have been re-opened by Wehdat. This comes on the heels of Wehdat's failure to sign Libyan striker Osama Al-Fazani.
The player is expected to arrive in Amman tomorrow (IDF border control permitting) to train with the club but the transfer will only be concluded if a transfer fee can be agreed with his WBPL club Shabab Al-Amari'. Keshkesh has already agreed to join the club on a one-year deal worth $40,000.
Meanwhile, Abdelatif Bahdari's stock continues to rise, just days after joining the Jordanian Premier League Champions, Bahdari was promptly given a three-year extension on his current one-year $40,000 contract. Bahdari has yet to play in an official game with Wehdat but his commanding presence during the training sessions have convinced Manager Adel Yousef that Bahdari is the man to anchor Wehdat's defence for years to come.