English press reports revealed the value of the expected deal, through which Egyptian defender Ahmed Hegazy, West Bromwich Albion’s player, will leave for the Saudi Jeddah Federation team, during the next few hours, before the end of the summer transfer market in Saudi Arabia on Sunday evening.
According to the English “Mirror” newspaper, the Jeddah Federation made an offer to West Bromwich Albion, worth 4 million pounds, to obtain the services of Ahmed Hegazy, an offer approved by the English club, especially as it satisfies the ambitions of the club management, to abandon the Egyptian defender, after he There is a reservation on selling it permanently, and the deal was heading towards a loan during the season with the intention of selling, but the announced amount reveals that the deal is a final sale.
The newspaper added that Ahmed Hegazy is the highest paid player in the ranks of West Bromwich Albion, with a value of £ 70,000 per week, but he will definitely rise with his transfer to the Saudi Al Ittihad team.
The Egyptian defender had participated for the first time with the West Brom team this season in the Burnley match, which ended negatively, last Monday, in the fifth round of the Premier League, after recovering from the muscle injury he suffered at the beginning of the current season..
Ahmed Hegazy is preparing to join the ranks of the Egyptian national team for the two-way matches of the Togo team, back and forth, on November 14 and 17, in the framework of the third and fourth round of the African qualifiers for the African Nations Cup in Cameroon.