Djamel Benlamri has officially terminated his contract with Qatar SC. The information was announced by the club in question yesterday evening. The Algerian international defender should return to the Saudi league from the next summer transfer window.
Contrary to all expectations, Qatar SC announced their separation from Algerian international defender Djamel Benlamri yesterday evening. The termination of the contract was recorded amicably between the two parties.
“The management of Qatar SC announces the amicable termination of the contract of Djamel Benlamri, following successful negotiations between the two parties. Suddenly, April 17, 2022 (Yesterday) was the player’s last day at the club. The management of Qatar SC thanks him for the time spent with his team and wishes him good luck for the rest of his professional career, wrote Qatar SC on its official website.
A short experience that only lasted nine months. After leaving Olympique Lyonnais last summer, Djamel Benlamri joined Qatar SC in July 2021, with the ambition to bounce back and relaunch his career. But he will not ultimately complete his contract. Another failed experiment for the player.
Note that the solid Algerian international defender has 16 games in the legs with Qatar SC this season in the Qatar Stars League championship.
Back in Saudi Arabia?
Now that he has terminated his contract with Qatar SC, Djamel Benlamri must definitely turn this page and plan for his future. Whoever was one of the great architects of the consecration of the national team in CAN-2019 will have to find a boarding club with a view to joining him from the next summer transfer window.
Free from any commitment, he is master of his destiny. He will be able to negotiate quietly with all the clubs that covet him, before deciding on his future destination.
According to information circulating through the various social networks, the Greens defender is close to a return to the Saudi league. He would have touches with Al-Ahly Al-Saoudi. A championship that he knows well and which allowed him to give another dimension to his career between 2016 and 2020 when he played with Al-Shabab, before joining Olympique Lyonnais in 2020.
The most important thing for the child of El-Harrach is to quickly find a club in anticipation of the next deadlines that await him with the national team from next June.