11:15 am | Saturday 05 June 2021
Mahmoud Al-Khatib, President of Al-Ahly Club
A source inside Al-Ahly club revealed the latest developments in the file Al-Ahly deals Al-Jadeeda, where the South African Pitso Mosimane, coach of the first football team in Al-Ahly club, put the Al-Ahly deals file on the table of the Football Planning Committee within Al-Ahly Club, headed by Mohsen Saleh, provided that the file will be transferred after studying it to Mahmoud KhatibAl-Khatib, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Al-Ahly Club, in order to resolve the deal that Al-Khatib wants to see before contracting with it, explaining that Al-Khatib wants to study the file of Al-Ahly’s new foreign striker, in light of the failure of Al-Ahly’s foreign deals over the past period, especially the duo Alio Badji, who is loaned to the ranks Turkish Ankara, after one season of its inclusion, and Zambian Walter Bwalya, who came from El Gouna, and who Mosimane wants to dispense with at the beginning of the new football season.
Keegan Dolly, former South African Sundowns player
What are Al-Ahly’s new deals? .. 4 foreigners
And 4 foreign attackers appeared in the file of Al-Ahly’s new deals, which was in front of Al-Khatib in order to resolve them after Musimani agreed on the names presented and discussed by the Football Planning Committee within the club.
At the top of the candidates in the file of Al-Ahly’s new deals in the Ras Al-Spear Center is the South African Keegan Dolly, the former Sun Downs striker and the current French Montpellier, especially after the French club terminated the player’s contract.
Peter Chalulayel, the Sun Downs striker and the Namibia national team, also entered the Al-Ahly deal file, in addition to the duo Hamdou Al-Huni, the Tunisian Esperance player, and Sofiane Rahimi, the Moroccan Raja striker.
Walter Bwalya outside Al-Ahly accounts
Al-Khatib was angry because of Badji and Bwalya
Mahmoud Al-Khatib asked for the need to see the file of the new foreign striker’s deal before contracting with him, especially after the failure of the last two deals of Al-Ahly in the offensive line, after contracting Badji from the Austrian League for 2 million euros, and his free departure to the Turkish League on loan after one season. From contracting with him, in addition to Musimani’s request to leave Bwalya after contracting with him for only 6 months, in a deal that cost Al-Ahly’s treasury one million and 800 thousand dollars.