The fact that Ahmed Fathi and Ramadan Sobhi remain in the ranks of Al Ahly
Ahmed Fathi’s contract with Al-Ahly expires at the end of the current season, while June 30 will be the last day of Ramadan Sobhi’s loan from Huddersfield Town.
Nader Shawky said in TV statements that Ahmed Fathi will hold a session next Monday with the Football Sector Planning Committee in Al-Ahly, in the presence of Sayed Abdel Hafeez, the club’s football director, and Amir Tawfiq, the director of the Contracting Committee.
Shawky said that all indications of Ahmed Fathi’s survival with Al-Ahly are good, especially since the player wants to stay inside the walls of the Red Fort.
Nader Shawky denied that there were any differences between Fathi and Al-Ahly’s administration or his refusal to sit down to negotiate, stressing that immediately after the appointment of the session, his representative immediately responded.
And about Ramadan Sobhi, Nader Shawky said that they are awaiting the decision of the English Football Association and the International Federation about the loan system for this season, especially with the suspension of the sports season in most countries of the world due to the spread of Corona virus.
Several reports have indicated that the International Football Association (FIFA) may extend the end of loan times in the current season for 3 months, until we end the end of September instead of June 30.
Nader Shawky confirmed that any player in the age of Ramadan Sobhi is looking for external professionalism.
Al-Ahly borrowed Ramadan Subhi for a period of six months, from January 2019 to June of the same year, then the loan was renewed for another season that ends on June 30 of this year.