Zamalek club management received many nominations and names for players playing in the midfield in order to contract with them at the beginning of the new season to compensate for the possible departure of Ferjani Sassi, the Tunisian midfielder, whose contract with Zamalek expires at the end of the current season, and he has not renewed his contract with Zamalek so far.
Among the names recently received by the Zamalek administration is the Tunisian Hamza Al-Ahmar, the Tunisian coastal star player, whose contract with his club expires at the end of the current season, but the age factor will be an obstacle to negotiating with him in light of his 31st year of age. The Turkish League, unlike the candidates from the Egyptian League, such as Sergey Aka, player of El Gouna, Nabil Emad Dunga of Pyramids, and Mohamed Megali, player of El Mokawloon.
On the other hand, the Zamalek club administration headed by Hussein Labib receives the report that the French coach, Patrice Carteron, will present to Zamalek, on the players loaned outside the team and the extent of Zamalek’s need for them in the next season, to determine their fate, whether to continue or re-loan again.
The club’s management is expected to receive the report on the loanees after the Aswan match scheduled for June 17 in the 26th round of the league, where Zamalek has a list of loanees: Mohamed Onajem to Moroccan Wydad, Razak Cisse to Al Ittihad of Alexandria, Mostafa Fathi to Smouha and Karim Bambo to Al Ahly Bank And Omar Al-Saeed to El-Gouna, unlike Mustafa Mohamed Al-Maar for a season and a half to the Turkish Galatasaray.
The Zamalek administration wants to resolve the fate of the loanees early to take advantage of the departed from them by entering into reciprocal deals or re-marketing them to provide financial liquidity to the team that allows making deals and strengthening the team next summer in light of Carteron’s request to the club’s management to contract with a number of distinguished players between 3 and 5 players In the next transfer period.