Al-Ahly topples its African striker and is close to resolving a new deal


The journalist, Ahmed Schubert, revealed that the Al-Ahly club administration decided to oust the Senegalese striker, Aliou Badji, the first football team, at the end of the current season.

Schubert said in radio statements today, Thursday: “The South African Pitso Mosimane refuses to keep Senegalese Aliou Badji within the ranks of Al-Ahly, so the player will leave permanently from the Red Castle during the upcoming summer transfers.”

He continued: “Alio Badji ended his loan with the Turkish team Ankara, while he will leave Al-Ahly for a low fee, noting that there is an offer from a French club in the second division and the Belgian League.”

And he concluded: “Al-Ahly officials are close to resolving the deal of Karim Fouad, the right-back of the Al-Nujoum club, loaned to Enppi, as he is good at playing in more than one position, after the petroleum team refused to activate the purchase contract for 15 million pounds.”


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