Ibrahim Hassan: The prices of players in Egypt are exaggerated

Abdul Qader Saeed

Thursday 14 October 2021

12:42 AM

Ibrahim Hassan, director of football in the Alexandrian Federation, confirmed that the prices of players in the Egyptian League are very exaggerated, denying his dealings with the prices circulated during his administrative work periods in all clubs.

In statements to “On Time Sports 1”, Ibrahim Hassan said: “I hear about players with 15, 20 and 30 million dollars. Players’ agents are now offering these prices, and if you reject them, others will accept them.”

Ibrahim Hassan added: “Each player was evaluated at his real price, and Muhammad Moselhi (President of the Alexandrian Federation) was informed of this, but he is very kind, and the agents will exploit this matter in the deals, but I deal with him with conscience and honesty.”

And the former Al-Ahly and Zamalek star continued: “Money is not everything, there is a club like Al-Ahly Bank that spent huge amounts of money and was threatened with relegation until the end of the league, and a club like Pyramids spends terrible salaries for players and does not win championships.”

Ibrahim Hassan concluded: “You do not need money only to win the league, there are other accounts such as arbitration, pressure and support, so it is difficult for a club other than Al-Ahly and Zamalek to win the league in Egypt.”


Ibrahim Hassan prices players Egypt exaggerated

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