Private sources reported to the website winwinthat the former international player is likely to join Anis Badri To the Libyan team Al-Suwaihli in order to strengthen the team’s midfield, during the current summer transfer period.
The same sources confirmed that the team Al-Suwaihli He tries to convince Badri to agree to a new professional experience in a tournament Libyan Premier LeagueUnder the leadership of Tunisian coach, Lassaad Jarda Chebbi, and joining his former colleague in Esperance, Ivorian Fousseni Coulibaly.
Al-Badri has several other offers from some Arab leagues, and it is strongly possible that he will accept a new football experience after his departure from the club. TarajiHis contract with Bab Souika club expired on June 30.
A distinguished football career
Al-Badri was born on September 18, 1990, in a popular neighborhood in the French city of Lyon. He comes from a low-income family that initially opposed his professional football career.
The talented Tunisian decided to set out on his own towards achieving his dream of professionalism, by continuing to participate in the seasonal tests that were supervised by a private academy for the largest team in the city, Olympique Lyonnais, until he succeeded in obtaining the approval of one of the coaches to officially join the team’s buds, in light of his skill that was clear. Early, at the age of 13.
As fate would have it, three years later, Al-Badri was afflicted with a rare disease in the lower part of his neck, which caused him to be expelled from the training school. Due to his inability to continue playing, and also because the prestigious French team did not want to bear the expenses of his treatment, which forced him to stay away from football – for quite a while – and go towards learning some simple professions.
Al-Badri returned to practicing his hobby with small bands, including Saint-Priest and Chasley, and in 2006 he left for the northern French city of Lille. He passed the technical tests with the Metropole team and joined the reserve team, and his professional career began to flourish after that when he moved to the Belgian team Mouscron and led them to the Premier League, while displaying wonderful levels there that caught the attention of several well-known European and Arab clubs.
Anis chose to join Esperance of Tunisia in 2016, which was the best experience for him, during which he was able to win all possible titles, perhaps the most important of which was the African Champions League title twice. He also won the title of top scorer in the 2018 edition, with his goal that will not be erased from the memory of Esperance fans in a match. The final against Al-Ahly of Egypt, and he was nominated for the Best in Africa award, and won the Best Maghreb Player award in the same year, ahead of major stars in Europe, such as Mahrez and Ziyech. During his career with Esperance, Badri won 10 local, Arab and continental titles.
He also led the Carthage Eagles team to the finals of the “Russia 2018” World Cup, thanks to his decisive goal against Congo, and he reached the semi-finals of the last African Cup of Nations in Egypt 2019.
Al-Badri returned again to Esperance, after an unsuccessful experience with the Saudi Jeddah Federation, before he left the team in the summer of 2023.