Al-Ahly indicated that Lotfi, the former Enppi player, will soon return to the team’s training.
Sayed Abdel Hafeez said in a press statement that the closest approach is for the team to travel to Morocco on a special plane to face Wydad in the first leg of the African Champions League semi-final on October 17th.
On Saturday, Al-Ahly outperformed its host Tanta in the Egyptian Premier League with the goal of Amr Al-Soliya, and is preparing to face its guest Al-Tarsana on Wednesday in the price of the Egyptian Cup final.
Al-Ahly won the league for the 42nd time in its history and is now preparing for the upcoming match against Wydad.
Al-Ahly will host the Wydad team six days after the first-leg match.
And if he crosses the final, he will face Moroccan Raja or his traditional rival, Zamalek.