FilGoal | News | In the Joule, he reveals...

FilGoal | News | In the Joule, he reveals...
FilGoal | News | In the Joule, he reveals...
Did Al-Ahly talk to Percy Tau, the English player of Brighton? Why is the Red Genie so close to completing his negotiation with Simbas Tanzanian winger Louis Mickison?

Earlier, revealed that Al-Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane preferred to include Ngkubo over Simbas wing Mikison. (See details)

But then learned that Al-Ahly had reached an agreement with Simbas wing to join him with a contract that extends to 2025 for $900,000. (See details)

The story witnessed many developments in the last days and hours.

Percy Taos position

As learned, Al-Ahly asked Percy Tao about his desire to join his ranks, and the player welcomed the idea.

Immediately after the idea was presented to Mosimane, Al-Ahly coach agreed to include Percy Tau and made him his first goal in the transfer market, over Ngkubo his second goal and Michison his third goal in the transfers.

In the end, Musimani left the matter in the hands of the Al-Ahly administration in terms of negotiation and financial matters.

But Percy Tau first asked Al-Ahly officials to know his position on participating with Brighton in the new season, in light of his loaning each season to a different club since joining him from Mamelodi Sundowns in 2018.

The 27-year-old has only played six games with Brighton, and his contract with the English club expires at the end of next season.

At the same time, Percy Tao asked Al-Ahly officials to know his expected salary in light of his receiving a large salary in Europe and the presence of more than one offer to join him from other clubs there.

Well, the question remains, why did Al-Ahly negotiate with Mickison?

Mikison Longkobo stand

As learned from an official source in Al-Ahly, negotiating with Simbas wing was easier due to the reasonable material requests, compared to what Kaizer Chiefs would ask to give up Ngkubo.

Al-Ahly does not want to spend a lot of money on the inclusion of one player during the transfers, in light of the financial crisis that affected all clubs due to the Corona pandemic.

Therefore, the position of Ngkubo, the Kaizer Chiefs winger, remains suspended until the financial demands of the South African club are known.

Well what is the situation so far?

Al-Ahly is considering persuading Brighton to reduce its financial requests to include Percy Tau, and the difference will tilt the salary of the South African player to move to him.

But if that does not happen, then Al-Ahly considers waiting until next January to join the player, either for a low fee to keep six months in his contract, or signing a contract with him to join for free next summer.

But this will not prevent Al-Ahly from completing the contract with Mickison and joining the Red Genie during the coming period.

It is noteworthy that Percy Tau played for Sundowns under the leadership of Mosimane from 2016 to 2018, and participated with him in 102 matches in all competitions, during which he scored 24 goals and assisted 27 others.

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