Mumbai City FC have today confirmed the signing of midfielder Ahmed Jahouh ahead of the seventh season of Indian Super League (ISL 2020-21). The 32-year-old Moroccan joins the Club after putting pen to paper on a two-year contract with the Islanders. Ahmed Jahouh said, \u201cIt is an honour to be here at Mumbai City among some of the best players in the country. I have spent three years in India and I believe that I have a lot left to achieve. When I spoke to the management here at Mumbai City about the targets and the vision they have, I was convinced that this Club is where I wanted to be. And of course, a chance to reunite once again with coach Sergio Lobera was too good to pass up.\u201d \u201cWe have set high expectations for ourselves and so have our fans. They may not be with us here in Goa but we will be thinking of them and hopefully, we\u2019ll have something to celebrate together at the end of the season,\u201d he added. Head coach Sergio Lobera said, \u201cAhmed is, and I\u2019ve said this before, someone who can control the game. He is an exceptional player and having worked with Ahmed before, I know he can make a difference. He has the experience to help us in the games and he can help bring the best out of those around him as well. Ahmed will fit in perfectly with the extremely talented squad we are building here and I am happy to have him at Mumbai City.\u201d Ahmed Jahouh Career A native of Al Araoui in Morocco, Jahouh started his career with Ittihad Khemisset before moving to Moghreb T\u00e9touan in 2010. Jahouh plied his trade at Moghreb for five seasons winning two league titles in the process and featured in his last season at the club under then-coach Sergio Lobera and with teammate Mourtada Fall. Jahouh would go on to feature for Raja Casablanca and FUS Rabat, both in Morocco. In 2017, Jahouh reunited with Lobera in India at FC Goa. The Moroccan was pivotal to Sergio Lobera\u2019s set up and became a key fixture for the Goan side over the next three seasons, making 56 league appearances and winning the 2019\/20 ISL League Shield and the 2019 Super Cup.