The 28-year-old Egyptian will represent the Anatolian Eagle for the remainder of the International 2021-22 campaign
Turkish Super League organization Konyaspor has announced the signing of a loan from Greek Super League organization Olympiakos to Ahmed Hassan ‘Koka’.
Delighted with the desire for a new challenge, the 28-year-old has been sent to Konya Boyokshire Stadium where he will represent Alhan Plut’s men for the rest of the 2021-22 season.
During the signing ceremony at the Midas Konya Metropolitan Stadium on Wednesday, Koka was delighted to join the Anatolian Eagles as he aimed to cross his 15-goal mark in the final term.
“Honestly, I’m so excited. I’m changing a new address. I know our fans are great.” Club website.
“I will do my duty and make Koniaspor successful by scoring as many goals as possible. Of course, every striker has a specific goal in mind. I want to beat the 15 goals scored last year.
“That’s how I want to contribute to my team’s victory. Before I came here, I followed the Konyaspor games. Konyaspor is a strong team that plays good football.
“This season has started well, and I am sure we will continue to do so together. I will describe the Turkish League as a difficult league.
“There are strong opponents in the Turkish League. People here love football like in my own country. I can say that I would enjoy playing in Turkey.
Before he left for Turkey, the Egyptian international paid a charming tribute to Olympiacos.
“For everyone at Olympiacos, I want to thank you for everything!” He wrote on Instagram.
Three years in Greece have been incredible and it’s sad that I have to say goodbye.
“Dear fans, I cannot express in words that I love you. You have supported me since the day I gave everything.
“You are the reason behind our enthusiasm and strength that allows us to win trophies and keep playing and fighting for victory till the last moment of the game. I will miss you all and wish you all the best. Am
In Konyaspor, Koka has been assigned the number 9 jersey and can make his debut when his team hosts Altai on Saturday.