Zamalek officials are taking advantage of the first football team’s trip to Kenya to face the Kenyan Tusker in the African Champions League, to hold a crucial session with Moroccan midfielder Ashraf Ben Sharqi, the team’s midfielder, to renew his contract with the team in light of the faltering negotiations between the two parties and the failure to reach a final agreement so far.
Bin Sharqi’s contract with Zamalek expires at the end of the current season, which Zamalek begins by facing Tusker on October 16 in Nairobi. Zamalek, I hope to bring the views closer and resolve the file in the near future, before next January, where the player has the right to sign for any club starting from January.
In the same context, Zamalek club officials began communicating with the Portuguese former coach Jaime Pacheco to negotiate with him about his overdue dues following his dismissal from his position last season, after Pacheco filed a new complaint against the club yesterday in the International Football Association “FIFA”.
Zamalek officials are trying to end the crisis amicably, especially since Pacheco’s new complaint, during which he requested one million and 400 thousand euros, consisting of 400,000 euros in the value of his arrears and one million euros as a fine for late payment and adherence to the schedule set by Zamalek officials with him after his departure.
It is expected that the crisis will be resolved in the coming hours, especially as Zamalek officials seek to end the file before a decision is issued against Zamalek Club, because it is expected that the decision will be a double penalty as a result of the large number of cases and fines against Zamalek in FIFA.
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