Said said: “There is a meeting on Tuesday evening to determine the fate of the technical staff led by Mohamed Salah, whether by continuing or leaving after the loss from the Shebin Republic.”
“We have a good relationship with the coach, but the team’s position is currently difficult,” he added.
“We will make a decision on Tuesday evening in the interests of the team,” he added.
FilGoal.com had learned from a source in the Board of Directors that it would be agreed with Mohamed Salah to leave, and it would be by mutual consent, given the existence of a penalty clause in his contract estimated at 500 thousand pounds between the two parties.
The new technical staff will be formed and ranked fifth for the current season, and there are several candidate names, most notably Shaker Abdel-Fattah and Alaa Noah.
The name Mohamed Salah was proposed earlier to train the Canal Club less than a month ago, to succeed Hamza El-Gamal.
Arsenal lost 2-1 from the Republic of Shebin on Monday in the 15th week of the Cairo Group Group II tournament.