The media, Khaled Al-Ghandour, confirmed that the Zamalek club had concluded the agreement with the Tunisian Hamdi Al-Naqaz, the former Esperance player, to join the team during the current summer transfers, before the player traveled to Tunisia, after he entered into intensive negotiations with Zamalek officials.
Al-Ghandour revealed, on his official page, that Hamdi Al-Naqaz signed initial contracts for the Zamalek club before his travels and received 50% of the dues for the new season in the form of a check payable after his return from Tunisia and officially joining Zamalek.
Zamalek officials agreed with Al-Naqaz to join Zamalek for a period of 3 seasons, provided that his fine against the club, amounting to one million and 300 thousand euros, will be paid in installments for the period of his stay in Zamalek, which continues according to the new contract for 3 seasons.
On the other hand, the media, Khaled Al-Ghandour, revealed the latest details of the transfer of Abdullah Al-Saeed, a player from Pyramids, to Zamalek during the current summer transfers, through a live broadcast on his official YouTube page.
Al-Ghandour confirmed that the last communication between the Zamalek administration and the Pyramids club management was about a month ago, and a phone call was made between Hussein Labib and Mamdouh Eid, Pyramids president, and the latter refused to transfer Abdullah Al-Saeed to Zamalek..
Al-Ghandour added that Abdullah Al-Saeed wanted to move to Zamalek, and held a session after his return from the Emirates the past few days, with Amr Bassiouni, the club’s contracting director, and Al-Saeed confirmed to Pyramids officials that he would not play in Pyramids next season and that he wanted to move to Zamalek, and Al-Ghandour added that Abdullah Al-Saeed He is making intensive attempts with the Pyramids administration to allow him to move to Zamalek because of his desire to end his career in a large public club such as Zamalek.
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