11:15 AM | Wednesday 24 March 2021
Zamalek refuses to renew for Fergani Sassi
Club board denied ZamalekHe knew of the Tunisian signature Ferjani SassiThe midfielder of the team for one of the Gulf clubs during the current period, especially since he is still a player in the team’s ranks until the end of the season, and if his contract is not renewed, he will leave for free, but he is currently concentrating with the team only.
A source inside the White Castle revealed that the player had been contacted during the last period in order to renew his contract, but he was sticking to an amount that exceeded the capabilities of the White Club, which led to the non-renewal, and the club refuses to renew him with this amount.
The source pointed out that the club emphasized that there is no way to allow any player currently in the club to sign another club and announce this matter, especially as it affects him and the entire team, and Zamalek is not a small team, and if it is confirmed that he signed for another club, strict measures will be taken Against him.
Farjani Sassi requests to renew Zamalek
The source explained that Ferjani Sassi requested two million and 600 thousand euros net of taxes, with the necessity to pay all his old dues and the presenter of his contract for the new season, before signing the contracts, which is rejected by the Zamalek administration.
While the white offered an amount of one million and 500 thousand euros in the season, especially since these are the capabilities of the white club at the present time, but the player wanted to get 2 million and 600 thousand euros, which was also rejected by Zamalek officials.
And the team is preparing to face Mouloudia
Zamalek team is preparing for a confrontation MC Algeria On April 3, in the fifth round of the group stage matches of the African Champions League.
It was decided that the players of the team would undergo a medical examination before traveling to Algeria, and the team’s medical apparatus notified the administrative apparatus that all the players, members of the technical staff, and the medical and administrative apparatus had undergone a medical examination 48 hours before the departure date.
The team’s mission, which will travel to Algeria, is scheduled to undergo another medical examination in Algeria under the supervision of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) 48 hours before the match.