Bulgarian club CSKA Sofia denied an intention to sell Ali Sui, the Gambian striker, in response to his approach to professionalism in Egypt.
The name Sui was recently associated with the move to Al-Ahly of Egypt after negotiations with Blessing Eliki stalled.
CSKA Sofia published on its official website: “With regard to the news that linked the name of Ali Sui to the sale in Egypt, we are obligated to clarify the following.”
“The truth is that we have so far received three strong offers of player professionalism, all of which are logical and expected,” he added.
The statement stressed, “The CSKA administration does not place Ali in the selling agenda at any cost.”
And it was FilGoal.com He contacted the Bulgarian club’s sporting director, who confirmed that there was no intention to sell the player. (from here)
“Ali Sui is a key player and very important for our team, and we rely on him to achieve our goals this season,” the statement concluded.
Ali Sui, the 25-year-old joined CSKA Sofia on loan first before the Bulgarian club activated the condition of eligibility to purchase and included him permanently in January last year.
Sui has participated in 24 games this season in the League and European League and succeeded in scoring 8 goals and making two goals.
Ali Soui has played 6 internationals in the Gambian national team jersey, most recently against Djibouti in the African qualifiers for the next African Nations.
The 25-year-old did not score in any match with his country’s national team jersey.
Al-Ahly is looking for a striker at the moment, based on instructions from coach Rene Vyler.