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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - Misr El-Makkasa have loaned Rwandan youngster Kevin Muhire to Tala’a El-Gaish until the end of the season while they also keep searching for Ayman Hefny’s next club.
At 13th in the Egyptian Premier League table, Misr El Makkasa could use any of the attacking firepower they could get right now.
With Kevin Muhire and Ayman Hefny on their books, it would seem that they should have a solution to any potential lack of creativity.
However, an administrative error has meant that the pair are unable to register for the club this season. As a result, they have been looking to loan them out until the summer.
Half of that task has been achieved as Kevin Muhire has been loaned to Tala’a El-Gaish. He has been unable to make any club appearances since his previous loan spell at El-Dakhleya last season where he picked up two assists in 10 games.
The playmaker joined the Fayoum club from Rwanda’s Rayon Sports last January on a multi-year deal. the 21-year old has eight senior national team appearances under his belt for the Amavubi with his latest coming against Mozambique last November in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
Makkasa now turn their attention to finding a club that can take former Zamalek playmaker Ayman Hefny on loan. The 34-year old will be especially frustrated with his current situation as it has put his on-pitch return to Misr El Makkasa on hold, as he played at the club in his younger. days.
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