A source close to Tunisian Fergani Sassi, the midfielder of the Zamalek team, revealed the fact that he entered into negotiations with Pyramids club officials to sign a contract with him during the upcoming summer transfers, after his contract with the White Knight expired..
And Zamalek officials cling to Constantly frizzy and sassyBut, according to the ceiling set by the club and the ability to implement the player’s requests, which is expected to be decided officially within the next few days, as the expiration date of his current contract approaches.
A source close to Sassi revealed that Pyramids never negotiated with the player In the past period, the calls received by the player’s agent recently are all from non-Egyptian clubs.
An official source at the Pyramids Club confirmed, earlier, that Ferjani Sassi is out of his club’s accounts due to the huge financial compensation required to contract with him, noting that Sassi stipulated that Zamalek obtain approximately 2 million and 100 thousand dollars for the renewal, which is a very huge amount. redeemable.
The source commented on the fact that there is a session between the player and the Pyramids management at the present time, saying that this did not happen and has no basis in truth, and Pyramids does not negotiate with players who are still under their clubs, and what happened is that one of the officials in the Pyramids administration was sitting in the “cafe” In the Fifth Settlement yesterday, Thursday, and the presence of Ferjani Sassi in the same place, but there was no meeting between the two parties, a conversation, or even a handshake.
And the Football Association resolved the controversy surrounding The fate of Ferjany Sassi with ZamalekAnd Jabaliya officials confirmed that the player continues with his club until the end of the current season on September 30 and does not have the right to leave next June as it is reported, as Zamalek club officials have stated. A new solution to terminate the SA fileBy postponing the disbursement of the old player’s dues and only negotiating the new contract.