The International Court upheld the penalty of Zamalek by suspending the registration for two transitional periods, which is the reason why the player was not registered in the Zamalek list during the next season.
Shabana said in statements on Ontime Sports 2: “I am in the Zamalek club until January, after which I will go out on loan in a triple contract.”
“I was close to moving to Al-Ismaili before the registration door closed, through Yahya Al-Koumi, and the agreement was that Zamalek would receive money in exchange for loaning, but the talk changed two hours before the registration was closed, so we were unable to finish the deal.”
“There is talk about the possibility of me going out on loan in one of the Arab countries, as happened with Hamdi Al-Naqaz, but nothing is official yet, and if there is a good offer, I will be happy because I would like to play and participate in the matches.”
“I am happy to be in Zamalek and my name is associated with Zamalek, but I am sad because I am training, knowing that I will not have a role with the team, but I am satisfied with the status quo.”
“We are trying to get an exception from the Football Association for me to move to a club in the league in the current period before January.”
“I dreamed all my life of playing in Zamalek, but with Zamalek being banned from being restricted, I aspire to strive and prove myself in order to return to Zamalek again.”
Shabana moved to Zamalek in the last transfer period, coming from the ranks of Aswan, at the request of Patrice Cateron, the coach of the white team.