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Ahmed Eid Abdel-Malik: The Al-Ahly player will be useful to Zamalek

Ahmed Eid Abdel-Malik, the former Zamalek star, commented on the approaching departure of player Salah Mohsen from Al-Ahly Club, by placing him on the waiting list.

Ahmed Eid Abdel-Malik sees, through television statements, that this procedure is from Al-Ahly to prevent the player from moving to the ranks of Zamalek club during the coming periods.

He stressed that Salah Mohsen is a good deal for Zamalek in the event of his transfer to the white team and will be useful to the team in the offensive aspects.

It is noteworthy that there was a lot of talk about Salah Mohsen approaching the loan outside the Al-Ahly club before the player was temporarily placed on the waiting list.

The player was left out of the Al-Ahly African and local list during the new season, in preparation for his absence from the team for the coming periods, waiting to determine his fate.

"Urgent" After his return to Zamalek... Officially announcing the details of Omar Jaber's injury to the national team:

The technical staff of the Egyptian national team revealed an injury suffered by Omar Gaber, a player from Zamalek, who recently returned to the ranks of the white team.

Omar Jaber sustained an injury while he was in the current Egyptian national team camp, which consisted of a light bruise, and was undergoing remedial and rehabilitative training for two days.

Then the player returns to training naturally after fully recovering to complete the Egypt international camp, which is witnessing the friendly confrontations between Niger and Liberia during the current camp on September 23 and 27.

Yesterday, Zamalek club announced the return of Omar Gaber to the team, coming from Pyramids Club.

Mortada Mansour, President of Zamalek, announced the presence of Omar Jaber, whom he described as the best Buck I saw in Egypt, in addition to contracting deals such as Mustafa Al-Zanardi, Nabil Imad Donga, Zakaria Al-Wardi, Ibrahima Nadal, Mohamed Sobhi, and Samson Akinola.

Khaled Al-Ghandour reveals the fate of the Zamalek deals from African participation:

The journalist Khaled Al-Ghandour, the former Zamalek star, spoke about the fate of the new deals from participating with the team in the African Champions League.

Especially with Zamalek announcing the list of the team that will go to Cameroon to play the first leg of the 64th round of the African Champions League against Chad's Elect Sport team.

He also revealed that the Tunisian duo will not play the return match against the Chad champion because of their joining the ranks of the Tunisian national team in the next international gathering, as the Carthage Eagles prepare for the upcoming World Cup competitions in Qatar.

Khaled Al-Ghandour wrote through his account on the social networking site Twitter, saying:

The new deals are entitled to participate in the round of 32, God willing, and Al-Jaziri and Mathlouthi will only play the first leg match, and then they will join the Tunisian national team.