Al-Ahly responds to Zamalek and gets the signature of one of its stars

Media reports in Egypt said that Al-Ahly club succeeded in obtaining the signature of the former Zamalek player and Egypt for the current clearing, Mohamed Ibrahim, to defend the colors of the red jersey next season. Observers described this deal as an attempt by the Al-Ahly administration to support the Playmaker Center, which has been in crisis since the departure of Abdullah Al-Saeed three seasons ago, and it is the center that Muhammad Magdi Qafsha did not succeed in replacing.

Egyptian media reports, specifically the official website of the Sada Al-Balad channel, confirmed that Al-Ahly is seeking to conclude a mass deal to compensate the fans for the departure of a number of the team's stars this season, including Ahmed Fathy and Ramadan Sobhi, and that the deal, in addition to its technical importance, is an attempt to respond to Zamalek, who entered In negotiations with some Al-Ahly players, including Saleh Jumaa and Ramadan Sobhi.

At the same time, the officials of the Misr Clearing Club, which owns the player's card, confirmed that he does not mind the transfer of Mohamed Ibrahim to Al-Ahly, provided that an official and tempting offer commensurate with the player's remarkable levels during the period. Egyptian officials are seeking to clear the services of his former player and Al-Ahly player, Ahmed Al-Sheikh, who has been discharged from the accounts of Swiss coach Weiler since assuming responsibility for the red team.

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