They got rid of it Badry.. Al-Ahly settles the deal with the “brown deer” at 55 million pounds

They got rid of it Badry.. Al-Ahly settles the deal with the “brown deer” at 55 million pounds

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Official sources in Al-Ahly Club reported that Captain Mahmoud Al-Khatib had agreed to the request of the Swiss coach, Marcel Koehler, regarding obtaining the services of a Brazilian player during the upcoming winter transfer market, in order to strengthen the center of the heart attack in the Red Castle, especially after the coach noted that This position needs a new deal that will be able to score 20-30 goals per season.

Al-Ahly settles the contract with Marcinho

Informed sources in Al-Ahly Club confirmed that the recent days have witnessed the head of the ball company, Adly Al-Qaei, taking over the negotiations to resolve the signing deal with the Brazilian player, Marcinho, and the professional in the ranks of the Japanese club Kawasaki.

Reports indicated that Al-Qaei promised Captain Al-Khatib, head of the Red Castle, as well as Swiss coach Marcel Koller, that this deal would be resolved as soon as possible and before the start of the next winter transfer market next January, as a budget of about 55 million pounds was allocated to complete this contract.

Wholesale surprises in Mercato January inside Al-Ahly

In the same context, Mercato January leaks in Al-Ahly club began to appear in a large way, and this is after it was confirmed that some stars had left the ranks of the Red Castle during the upcoming winter transfer market, led by the duo Mohamed Mahmoud as well as Ziad Tariq, as their agent confirmed that the idea of ​​​​continuing them in Al-Ahly After the next winter Mercato has become almost impossible.

Among the other names nominated to leave Al-Ahly in the Mercato are Hussein Al-Shahat, as well as Rami Rabia, as the duo does not get the opportunity with coach Marcel Koehler.

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