A written affidavit in Pachecos handwriting prevents Mahmoud Alaa from trying to become professional

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Zamalek club officials refused to allow Mahmoud Alaa, the defender of the first football team, to go through the experience of professionalism and agree to the offer that the player received from the Saudi Ahly Jeddah Club to transfer to his ranks during the current winter transfer period for a period of 6 months on loan, and the Zamalek management committee confirmed the team’s need for the player’s services in next period.

Sources revealed to Al-Youm Al-Sabea that the Zamalek administration presented the idea of ​​allowing Mahmoud Alaa to become professional to the Portuguese Jaime Pacheco, the technical director of the team, but the latter rejected the order outright, and wrote a handwritten statement of not agreeing to the departure of Mahmoud Alaa at the present time and signed this declaration, This made the club management notify the player not to agree to professionalism and to close this file.

In another context, Mahmoud Abdel-Rahim Jensh, the goalkeeper of Zamalek, insists on leaving the White Castle and exiting on loan before the closing of the winter transfer window, which is scheduled for twelve in the morning tomorrow, Monday, as Jensh wants to transfer to any team that can get the opportunity to participate with it.

Al-Ittihad Alexandria club is the closest to joining the player, after one of the officials contacted the guard and offered him to move to the ranks of the leader of Al-Thaghr, especially that Jensh is from Alexandria, with the return of Mohamed Sobhy, the guard of Zamalek loaned to the Union.

Zamalek officials adhere to the continuation of Jensh with the team, but the goalkeeper wants to go out in order to get the opportunity to participate, especially in light of relying mainly on Muhammad Abu Jabal, which prompted Jensh to demand that he not enter the team list except in the case of participation only.

Zamalek club officials closed the file of the winter deals, after contracting with Saif Al-Jaziri, Marwan Hamdy and Ayman Hefni, to support the attack after Mustafa Muhammad’s departure from European professionalism in Turkey.

Zamalek will not include Hossam Hassan, the Smouha striker, after Zamalek officials confirmed that Smouha had sold the player to an Egyptian club.

Zamalek club officials ended the procedures for contracting with Tunisian Saif Jaziri, the striker of the contractor, on loan for a period of 6 months until the end of the current season with the intention of final sale after the end of the current season.

Zamalek previously contracted with Marwan Hamdy, the striker of the clearance, for 4 and a half seasons, for 13 million pounds, with the right of the clearance to get 15% of Marwan’s resale or loan to any other club.



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