Karim Hafez, the Turkish Malatya Sport player, confirmed that Al-Ahly club negotiated with him before contracting with Tunisian Ali Maaloul, and no official from the national team had contacted him in the recent period.
Karim Hafez said, during his interview with the journalist Ibrahim Fayeq on the “Jamhour Al Thala” program broadcast on On Time Sport 2: “I was for 5 years in Al-Ahly and then I moved to the Tigris Valley, and it is a great honor for me to return to my family, and Al-Ahly negotiated with me before contracting with Ali Maaloul. But I preferred to continue my professionalism. “
و .ضاف Karim Hafez: “I have not been contacted by the new coaching staff of the Egyptian national team despite having received this season, and I only hope to follow up and have contributed to 9 goals with my team.”
Karim Hafez continued:Malatya Sport He asked for my purchase from the Tigris Valley, and I signed two seasons, and Hector Cuper was following the professionals carefully. My period in the national team was the best for me in my career, and Cooper does not listen to anyone and has complete confidence in my choices. “
And he continued: “Everyone before the African Nations 2017 did not expect us to reach the final round, and Cuper asked me to participate in front of Morocco before the match lecture. We will achieve the championship, but we quickly snatched at Jolen. “
And he added: “My exclusion from the World Cup was due to my lack of technical readiness, and I was hoping to be with the national team in the World Cup, and there are players who went to Russia and did not participate, and my exclusion affected us for a long time.”
He concluded: “The Turkish public loves Egyptian players since Ahmed Hassan, Abdel-Zahir Al-Sakka and Al-Dori were very strong, and met Mustafa Muhammad in Turkey after he joined Galata Saray, who is in the largest club in Turkey and his start is very distinctive, and his way is easier than Trezeguet to move to the biggest clubs, I have a strong relationship with Trezeguet since we were together at Al-Ahly. “