Pharco were promoted to the Egyptian Premier League for the first time in the club’s history after topping their Second Divison group last season.
The team was founded in 2010 and climbed its way up the football pyramid to reach the Second Division just four years later.
The club is strengthening its ranks by signing several experienced players, starting with Kingsley Sokari, renewing for head coach Magdy Abdel-Aaty and releasing 14 players to make room for new transfers.
They also added new players to their squad, most notably Rezki Hamroune who joined on a free transfer, signing a three-year contract.
Another reinforcement is now revealed as Saudi club Al-Ain’s attacking midfielder Mohamed Fouad has joined Pharco FC on a three-year contract with the club.
During the last season, Fouad made 26 appearances with Al-Ain, netting two goals and assisting the same number.
Ahead of his time with Al Ain, Fouad spent spells with Saudi clubs Damac and Al Batin, who he joined from Aluminium in 2015