Omar Al-Saeed in Maran Zamalek – the official Zamalek site
Zamalek loaned Saeed to El Gouna For a period of 6 months until the end of the season.
Al-Saeed told FilGoal.com: “I went out on loan to get the opportunity to participate more, because my appearance was a little while ago.”
He added, “I chose El Gouna because of the calm atmosphere and respectful management, and I also played with a number of his players before.”
He concluded: “My goal is to regain my level and return to leading the Zamalek attack, starting next season.”
Al-Saeed signed his transfer contracts in the presence of his agent, Amir Al-Marakbi, Emad Abdel Aziz, President of Zamalek, and Hossam El-Zanati, the sporting director of El Gouna.
El-Gouna had abandoned his scorer Walter Bwalia, who moved to Al-Ahly earlier in January.
While Zamalek has already contracted with the duo Marawan Hamdy from Egypt for clearing, and Saif El Din El Jaziri from the Arab Contractors, Saeed went out on loan to El Gouna.
Omar El-Said, 30, had previously played in El Gouna between 2013 and 2015, before moving to Egypt for the clearing.
He later played for Military Production and Wadi Degla, from which he moved to Zamalek in the summer of 2018.
Omar Al-Said played 3 matches with Zamalek in the Egyptian League this season, 124 minutes, without registering.