Jalal Issa, head of the Tunisian stadium club, revealed the truth of negotiations Al-Ahly With his club, to join Congolese striker Jay Mbinza in the ranks of the Red Fort in the ongoing winter transfers.
Jalal said in televised comments: “There were no negotiations with Al-Ahly regarding Mpenza, the player officially moved to Bruges.“.
On the other hand, the Al-Ahly club negotiations with the Senegalese striker Alio Badji, the Austrian Austrian Rapid striker, witnessed a clear progress during the past hours after the player welcomed the move to the Red Castle and the Austrian club’s reluctance to sell the player to the Red Castle.
Al-Ahly is currently negotiating with several African attackers to choose one of them to support the red attack in January’s transfers, and more than one player was nominated, including French Harlem Janouiri, Romanian striker Setiwa striker, Nigerian Blessing Aliki, striker of the Swiss and Gambian Luzernes, Ali Sawa, who plays for Bulgarias Cesca Sofia before the Senegalese player appeared Go to the picture and approach the red castle.
Amir Tawfiq, the manager of contracts in Al-Ahly, has reached advanced stages with the Austrian club and the player during the past hours after the intensive negotiations undertaken by Amir, who is currently in Austria, and these negotiations have begun to bear fruit, as Tawfiq is currently in Austria to settle the deal..
“Super Koura” knew that the Senegalese striker welcomed playing for Al-Ahly, which had a role in facilitating the negotiations, especially since the Rapid Club Vienna did not object to the completion of the deal, provided that a financial agreement was reached, which is what Prince Tawfiq currently resolves..
Badji has been playing in Rapid Vienna since February 2019, and he scored 9 goals and made 3 during 34 games, who scored 3 goals in the Austrian league this season, and Badji reaches 22 years since he was born in 1997 and started his professional career in 2015 with the club Senegal’s Casa Sport, then He joined the Swedish club Jorgordens in 2017, before leaving in 2019 and joining the Austrian Rapid Vienna ranks..