Al-Ahly officials denied renewing negotiations to include the Uruguayan player, Justin Sereno, player of the South African Sun Downs Club, to sign a contract with him in Mercato next summer, and Red Castle officials confirmed that this file was closed.
Officials said Ahly The Sun Downs wing was one of the two strong candidates to wear the red shirt last January, but the South African club’s exaggeration in its financial requests prevented the completion of the deal.
In this regard, Amir Tawfiq, director of contracts at Al-Ahly, confirmed that Sereno is no longer on the table of Al-Ahly’s negotiations for the current period, and there is no desire to contract with him, at least in the current period.
Amir Tawfiq clarified that the technical staff of the team has focused on the centers that need strengthening in the team next summer, and work is being done to meet the demands of the technical staff.
On the other hand, the Al-Ahly Club Planning Committee insisted on its position on the need to strengthen the goalkeeping center with the red team, and to provide a ready-made alternative for Muhammad al-Shennawi with the same capabilities as octopuses during the next stage, given that the Red Areen guarding is one of the centers targeted for summer support by the planning committee headed by Mohsen Valid.
Although Musimani said that the team does not need to strengthen the goalkeeping center next summer, claiming that Al-Ahly includes goalkeepers with a high level of efficiency and high technical capabilities, the planning committee headed by Mohsen Saleh insisted on the need to strengthen this center quickly.
The source stressed that the Al-Ahly Planning Committee offered 3 goalkeepers to Betsu Musimani, the technical director, to choose one of them to join the Red Fort, and they are Mohamed Bassam, Talaa Al-Jaysh goalkeeper, Mahdi Suleiman, the Pyramids goalkeeper, and Mahmoud Jad, the Enppi goalkeeper, so that the comparison is between the trio of who joins Al-Ahly in next summer.