Algeria international Baghdad Boundjah announced his next destination after leaving Qatari club Al Sadd, in remarks made following his team’s match against Al Duhail in the semi-final of the Emir of Qatar Cup on Saturday.

The historic target of Al Sadd and Qatar League Club recently announced his departure from his club after nine full seasons in his ranks, and received a special tribute from the White Team Administration, which thanked him for everything he had given, and wished him success in his new experience.

Baghdad participated in a key success in his team’s victory over Al-Duhail with a clean goal, thus qualifying for the final of the most expensive Qatari Cups; To be on a date with the possibility of being crowned his second title of the season after a well-achieved Expo Stars League title.

The Algerian international found great welcome from the Dam fans who rallied in the stands of Ahmed Ben Ali El Mondiali Stadium, where a giant photo of him was uploaded in the number 11 shirt he had held since arriving in Qatar, causing him to shed tears after the end of the game during qualification celebrations.

Baghdad Bounjah identifies its future destination
Baghdad Boundjah spoke after the Al-Sadd and Al-Duhail match about his future destination without disclosing the identity of the team that will wear its colors next season, and said in press statements: “So far I have not decided in my future, there is still a final to think about winning and then I will separate my destination.” Asking him where he is closest? He replied, “Saudi League.”

Saudi al-shabab were interested in signing Qatar’s historic top scorer at Mercato last summer, but some details prevented the deal from being completed as revealed by media outlets, making the prospect of a repeat of young people’s attempt to seal the deal next summer strong.

Boundjah also spoke of the secret tears he shed after the game, saying: “Thank God for this qualification, I wanted to finish my last season with the Prince’s Cup dam, because it’s my most expensive Cup, the crowd stood next to us at the game and I thank them very much for that.”

He continued: “It was my last chance to achieve the Prince’s Cup title, we gave everything we had in the game as a group, I thank all the players for the efforts provided and for the spirit. I didn’t want this to be my last game and I wanted to make the final. In my first season with Al Sadd I played the Prince’s Cup final and I will conclude my journey with the same tournament. “

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