Al-Ahly concluded five deals during the current summer transfers, and Amir Tawfiq, the contracting manager, announced the end of the market for his club, but what about those who left the red team? FilGoal.com reveals.
Al-Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane wants to limit the number of players in the team who will rely more on them during the next season, away from the current crowds in the dressing room and training.
Musimani informed the Al-Ahly administration of his desire not to continue with Marwan Mohsen, Nasser Maher and Junior Ajayi in the absence of a place for them in his future plans.
But the problem lies in the financial and contractual procedures, as Al-Ahly wants to make gains from the players’ departure, especially in light of the extension of their contracts.
The contract of Marwan Mohsen and Nasser Maher expires in the summer of 2023, while Ajay’s contract expires next summer.
Al-Ahly wants to reach a good solution regarding Ajayi’s contract, whose value is $850,000, and the Red Club wants to convince the Nigerian player to get half of this value in installments.
At the same time, there is a fear within Al-Ahly of giving Ajayi his dues and dispensing with him to go directly to Zamalek or Pyramids for free.
Therefore, Al-Ahly is looking into the possibility of directing the sale of Ajayi to one of the Farco or Future clubs.
Returning to talking about the rest of the players, as FilGoal.com knew, Saad Samir was close to moving to Future on loan for two seasons, as well as Karim Walid “Nedved”, who owns an offer from the same club.
As for Rami Rabia, despite the previous dispute between him and Mosimane following his exclusion from the Club World Cup, the South African coach is committed to his continuation.
With regard to Mohamed Abdel Moneim Mafea Al-Ahly, the young man is waiting for Musimani’s decision to accept Future’s offer to join him on loan.
And speaking of the goalkeeper’s file, the closest thing is to close it, despite the controversy between Musimani and the Al-Ahly administration on that point, as hiring a new player in that position to motivate Mohamed El-Shennawy involves an injustice to Ali Lotfi and Mustafa Schubert.