An official source inside Al-Ahly club revealed that Captain Mahmoud Al-Khatib had personally communicated with the officials of the Ceramica Cleopatra club in order to settle the deal for the player Shadi Hussein, the team’s top scorer and one of the top scorers in the Egyptian League last season. Indeed, the president of Al-Ahly club succeeded in convincing Ceramica officials to sell The player was paid about 17 million pounds instead of the amount that was required from Ceramica’s management, which amounted to about 35 million pounds.
In this regard, some websites affiliated with Al-Ahly Club published reports confirming that despite the fact that Ceramica had agreed to Al-Ahly’s request regarding reducing the value of the deal, Al-Ahly has not yet decided the deal, and this is due to discussions between the Planning Committee and Musimani regarding the position and status of the offensive line in The club, where the Planning Committee believes that the inclusion of Shadi Hussein with this amount is a strong addition to the team, while Musimani believes that Al-Ahly does not need attackers due to the presence of the trio, Mohamed Sharif as a key player, and alongside him Salah Mohsen and Hossam Hassan as reserves.
After these disputes, the matter was returned to Captain Mahmoud Al-Khatib in order to resolve the situation and inform Ceramica’s management of the final position of Al-Ahly Club. Indeed, the Al-Ahly club’s board of directors has acknowledged that Mosimane’s opinion is correct, as the club does not need new attackers in this period.
In another context, an official source in Al-Ahly Club announced that Al-Khatib will try in the coming period to work on resolving three deals, all related to young players such as Ahmed Al-Dibs, player of Wadi Degla, and Youssef Hassan, player of the Arab Contractors.