Al Ahly refuse to confirm Hegazi return rumours

Al Ahly refuse to confirm Hegazi return rumours
Al Ahly refuse to confirm Hegazi return rumours

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Al Ahly marketing director Amir Tawfik has refused to confirm or deny the rumours of Ahmed Hegazi returning to the club in January.

Having seemingly lost his place in the starting setup at West Bromwich Albion, rumours of Ahmed Hegazi leaving the Midlands club are somewhat inevitable.

One of the obvious destinations for such a high profile Egyptian player is Al Ahly, where he plied his trade before joining the Baggies.

In the midst of the rumours, Al Ahly themselves have distanced themselves from any sort of announcement.

The clubs marketing director Amir Tawfik responded to the reports saying: “We have one deal left in January after signing Mahmoud Kahraba and until now we have not decided who will be our new player.”

“Whether Hegazi or any other name we want to include, we will only talk about it in the closed rooms with the management and technical staff, and then announce the deal,” he added.

Before he can join a new club, Hegazi will look to make an impact for his current side in their next game which is against Brentford at The Hawthorns on Saturday 21st December at 5 PM Egyptian time.

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