Yallakora oversees changes to Al-Ahly’s January deal mapThank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
A drop in points for Al-Ahly Club’s first team football matches and a drop in performance has led to a change in the Red Castle’s sons’ plan for the upcoming winter transfer card.
Al-Ahly drew 1/1 with Ceramica Cleopatra in the match that took place yesterday evening at Cairo Stadium, in the tenth round of the league championship competitions, and the team leads the race with 24 points, and before that, the tie with Smouha was negative .
Mahmoud Al-Khatib, the president of the club, was keen to be present at the club’s headquarters immediately after returning from Abu Dhabi and he attended the Touch Stadium in the last session before facing Ceramica Cleopatra.
The Yalla Koura reporter learned that Al-Khatib spoke with Kohler from one side of the Mukhtar Al-Tach Stadium for a period of 10 minutes, only the coach’s translator was present, during which he wrote down some things on a small piece of paper .
A source told Laila Koura in exclusive statements that Al-Khatib held several meetings on the same day, yesterday and today.
He added: “A committee has not been formed to manage the contract file in the winter transfer window as reported, but there is the use of well-connected people at some clubs with whom deals are being negotiated, including Khaled Murtaji, the treasurer who manages the coastal star player’s record.”
And recent days have prompted a change in Al-Ahly’s contract policy during the winter transfer window after Kohler requested the inclusion of two wings, an 8-centre midfielder and a strong open forward, with the recommendation to sign a defender but not his top priority in the current period, and the closest to his idea is the defender of the contractors Omar Fayed.
The source indicated that Al-Ahly have actually reached an agreement to include Muhammad Al-Dawi Cristo from Al-Najm and he will be registered, born in 2003 under the age and is good in the center of the wing. Still pictured is Ghana’s 2001-born national team, Ahmed Refaat, an up-and-coming Emirates loanee, next to Alexandria Union midfielder Marouane Attia.
He emphasized that there are talks with more than one foreign player in the forward position and said that Al-Ahly is in the process of signing deals that will not be less than five players and they will be of a heavy caliber, and the first of them will be announced within a few hours.
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