Zamalek is considering loaning its new deals if the registration crisis...

Zamalek is considering loaning its new deals if the registration crisis...
Zamalek is considering loaning its new deals if the registration crisis...

The Zamalek club administration is studying loaning the new deals that the club joined during the current summer transfer period, in the event that the crisis of the ban on registration is not resolved, according to the penalty imposed by the International Federation on Zamalek regarding the incident of Hossam Ashraf, the former Zamalek striker.

A source revealed that if the club’s management does not reach a solution to the crisis, Omar Kamal Abdel Wahed, Mahmoud Shabana and Hamdi Al-Naqaz, who joined Zamalek this summer, will be loaned until the crisis is ended.

Zamalek has submitted an appeal to the International Sports Court to demand the cancellation of the ban on Zamalek from being registered for two periods, after settling the dues of the Cameroonian Academy, which Hossam Ashraf signed to before his escalation to Zamalek and signing a professional contract with the club. And the Cameroonian Academy after receiving $200 thousand from Zamalek.

On the other hand, discussions are taking place inside the corridors of Zamalek Club between the technical staff of the first football team led by French Patrice Carteron, Farouk Jaafar, the club’s technical advisor, and Hussein El-Sayed, who is responsible for the ball file, to solve the crisis of star momentum in the team’s right front..

Zamalek has three players at the highest level in the right front after contracting with the Tunisian international Hamdi Al-Naqaz, and the presence of the Tunisian Hamza Mathlouthi and the team leader Hazem Imam.

Zamalek wants to dispense with the services of one of the three players, whether through final sale or loan, so that the crisis that the team witnessed in the past season is not repeated, specifically in the goalkeeping center, which included Muhammad Abu Jabal, Muhammad Awad and Mahmoud Abdel Rahim Genash, who moved to the Future Club. On loan for a year.

The technical staff of Zamalek has not settled on the player whose services will be dispensed from the right-front players, before the end of the current summer transfer period, and it is expected that Carteron will hold a session with Jaafar and Hussein Al-Sayed to determine the name permanently..

With Al-Naqaz joining the ranks of Zamalek, the white team has 6 foreign players in its list, after the registration of Razak Cisse, Mohamed Onajem, Ashraf bin Sharqi, Hamza Mathlouthi and Saif Al-Jaziri in the team’s first list..

Zamalek became required to loan one of its foreign players, in light of the Football Association’s announcement that the number of foreigners in each team’s list was limited to only 5 players, and it is expected that Hamdi El-Naqaz or Razak Cisse will be the closest to leaving Zamalek this summer on loan..

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