The skilful winger has left Masandawana to relive his career in North Africa with El-Jadihad
Former Samelody Sandown striker Toni Silva has joined the Egyptian Premier League side for a two-and-a-half-year trade.
Guinea Bissau International could not make his mark in the club, and was released by the Premier League (PSL) Champions after spending six months with the Brazilian.
"The board of El Yadhad Club, led by Mr. Mohamed Moselhi, has completed the signing of Tony Salifah (Silva), the first South African player to be born in 1993 with a two-and-a-half-year contract," El ititihad club In a statement.
It was reported that the former Liverpool and Chelsea youth player has passed his medical in Egypt on Friday and has now completed his move.
On the other hand, the attacker has been released by the 2016 African champions and his switch will open a foreign coach for Pina Mosimane.
Although he joined Sandovns in the early days of the season, Silva could not fill the void left by both Persia Tau and Hama Billiat for the Brazilian, while he could only serve seven league appearances and one goal during his stay at Chlororcop.
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According to the media reports in Egypt, the 25-year-old striker becomes the third foreign international to sign the club after the arrival of Brazilian defender Wallace da Silva and Nigerian ahead of the UGU.
On the other hand, the club completed the signing of Wadi Degla's experienced duo alone, as well as Karim Mamdouh just a few days ago.
In addition, Silva becomes the third foreign international signing for the Egyptian outfit, as they also wondered Razack Sis, who takes the final spot in the team for loan from Zamalek.