Egypt has added ex-football star Mohamed Aboutrika to a terror list for his alleged links with the banned Muslim Brotherhood, his lawyer says.
Mr Aboutrika is accused of financially supporting the Brotherhood, which Egypt considers a terrorist organisation.
In 2012, he endorsed the successful presidential bid by Mohamed Morsi, a Brotherhood member.
The move by the 2008 BBC African Footballer of the Year alienated some of his fans.
Any person named on the country’s terror list is subject to a travel ban and faces having their passport and assets frozen.
“We will appeal this decision,” Mr Osman said. Mr Aboutrika has strenuously denied the allegations.