Al-Ahly club officials dismissed the contract with Congolese striker Malango, Moroccan Raja striker, especially after the lackluster level that the player appeared against Zamalek in the second leg of the African Champions League semi-finals and ended with the Moroccan team losing.
Al-Ahly officials opened the door to the departure of the Angolan foreign duo Geraldo and Senegalese Alio Badji, especially since the red team is currently strong with 6 foreign players, so marketing one of them has become an imperative, while if Al-Ahly wants to contract with any new foreign player, he will need to sell one of the foreign players in front of him.
And the Al-Ahly Planning Committee, headed by Mohsen Saleh, in coordination with the technical staff of the first football team led by South African Betsu Mosimane, is still laying out the outlines for the summer contracting plan to support the red team’s attack in the new season.
Al-Ahly returned to training yesterday, Saturday, after a 6-day break after the Talaa Al-Jaysh match at the end of the Premier League championship, and Al-Ahmar began preparing for the two matches of Abu Qir for fertilizers in the quarter-finals of the Egypt Cup and then the African Champions League final on November 27 against Zamalek..
Al-Badri included 6 players from Al-Ahly for the current elected camp, namely, Mohamed El-Shennawy, Ayman Ashraf, Hamdi Fathi, Amr Al-Soulia, Mohamed Magdy Qafsha and Muhammad Hani, and Egypt’s first national team is currently running a closed camp in preparation for the official preparations for the face-to-day confrontation of the Togo national team on the 14th and 17th of this current November. The third and fourth round of qualifying matches for the African Nations Cup in Cameroon.