Hossam Hassan, the technical director of the Al-Ittihad Alexandria team, confirmed that he did not know anything about the Al-Ahly club’s negotiations with the Alexandrian team officials, regarding the return of Ammar Hamdy, the team’s player who was loaned from Al-Ahly, to the ranks of the Red Castle again.
Hossam Hassan responded, in a statement to “The Seventh Day,” to a question about his position on the return of Ammar Hamdy to Al-Ahly, saying: “I do not know anything about this issue.”
South African coach Pitso Musimane, Al-Ahly coach, requested the return of Ammar Hamdy and cut off the loan during the current winter transfers in order to consolidate the 10th position in Al-Ahly after repeated injuries in this center that put the team in trouble in more than one match, the last of which is the Wadi Degla match, where Nasser Maher suffers from a dislocated shoulder, while Muhammad Magdy Qafsha was infected with the Corona virus.
Meanwhile, Mohamed Moselhy, president of Al-Ittihad Alexandria Club, confirmed that Ammar Hamdy, who was loaned from Al-Ahly Club, continued in the ranks of the leader of Al-Thaghr, and that there was no intention of returning to Al-Ahly in the current period.
The president of the federation denied everything reported on social media about the existence of a reciprocal deal between the management of the two clubs, stressing that he did not receive any calls or open any lines of communication about such agreements, and that they are just personal efforts and it is impossible to just think about that, and we are dealing with a professional administration Like Al-Ahly Club, agreements and contracts are respected.
Meselhy added, “We sat with Ammar Hamdy through Ibrahim Hassan, the football manager, who asked the player not to pay attention to those rumors that would distract him and keep him away from his brilliance and level.”
Ammar Hamdy expressed his desire to continue with the master of the country and that he is focusing on proving that he is a winning deal for the team and in addition to having a full opportunity to join and play on behalf of the Olympic team.