Al-Ahly officials refused the return of Aliou Badji after his loan to Ankara Club, and decided to offer the player for sale permanently, after the technical staff of the Red Genie, led by Pitso Musimani, rejected the idea of the return of the Senegalese striker.
And “The Seventh Day” learned that Badji’s agent spoke with Al-Ahly officials during the past days and assured them that there is a Turkish offer that will officially reach the club, worth 750,000 dollars.
The Senegalese striker’s agent explained that the Turkish club wants to buy Badji permanently and not on loan, as happened in the recent experience with Ankara Club.
Al-Ahly is awaiting the arrival of the Turkish offer in order to sell Badji permanently, especially since Al-Ahly still bears half of the salary of the Senegalese striker while he is currently in Ankara, based on the agreement made between the player, Al-Ahly and Ankara last January, which exhausts Al-Ahly’s treasury.
Badji moved to Al-Ahly in January 2020 from Rapid Vienna for four and a half seasons, coming in at two million dollars.
Badji did not succeed in Al-Ahly to be loaned in January 2021 to the Ankara club for six months before the Red Castle officials decided to sell the player permanently and not return because the team did not need his efforts.