Zamalek repeats the scenario of Ramadan Sobhi with Ben Sharqi

"Emirates Today" learned that the Zamalek club administration is about to conduct a final round of negotiations with Moroccan Ashraf bin Sharqi, after the Ismaili match scheduled for today in the league, to resolve the issue of renewing his contract with the club or not.

The Zamalek administration has put all the possibilities before it in the “Ben Sharqi” case, which has occupied the team’s fans over the past few months, as Zamalek officials intend, in case the negotiations fail, to issue an official statement to inform the club’s fans of its efforts to persuade the player to renew in the same way, which Al-Ahly did it after failing to renew the contract of its player Ramadan Sobhi.

The Zamalek administration had agreed to all the conditions of Ben Sharqi to extend his contract, while it objected to the penalty clause that the player adheres to placing in the contract, to pay 500 thousand dollars to leave the club at any time, as the Zamalek administration demands to raise the value of the penalty clause to two million dollars, which he refuses. The player and his agent.

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