Mortada Mansour reassures Zamalek fans … the date for Ferjani Sassi’s contract renewal


Zamalek fans want to resolve the issue of renewing the contract of Tunisian international Ferjani Sassi with Zamalek as soon as possible, especially with reports of an offer from Al-Ahly and Pyramids to kidnap the star of the Carthage Eagles team.

Murtaza Mansour was keen to reassure Zamalek fans that Ferjani Sassi would remain within the walls of the White Castle and renew the player’s contract with the White Club.

The president of the White Castle said in a telephone interview with Zamalek TV that Ferjani Sassi and Youssef Obama will sign their new contracts with the club after the meeting of the white team against Smouha Alexandria next Thursday in the 26th round of the Premier League.

Sassi and Obamas contract expires at the end of next season with Zamalek, and they will enter the free period in January.

Mortada Mansour stressed his refusal to postpone the matches of Zamalek against Moroccan Raja in the semi-finals of the African Champions League, after reports indicated that the matches will be held in October.

The President of Zamalek revealed that Mohamed Fadl, a member of the Five-Year Committee in the Egyptian Football Association, sought in coordination with Moroccan teams to postpone the semi-finals of the African Champions League.

Mansour explained that Zamalek is the team that has benefited the most from the return of the Premier League after improving its position from fourth to second and approaching the decision to win the CAF Champions League next year.

Mortada Mansour launched an attack on Hassan Mostafa, president of the International Handball Federation, for not being invited to attend the draw ceremony for the World Handball Cup, which will be held next year in Egypt.

The president of Zamalek said that the party was almost sponsored by the Egyptian Handball Federation, not Hassan Mustafa, and a symbol for Zamalek club should have been invited.


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