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Officially. Al-Ismaili signs this player

The Ismaili Club Board of Directors announced the signing of a new player in order to support the first football team.

The dervishes succeeded in contracting with Mohamed Hassan, midfielder for the Ceramica Cleopatra team, in the current summer Mercato.

And published the yellow page through its official account on the social networking site Facebook:

A picture of the player and comment: The goal was achieved after a long absence... The average field is waiting for you, Mohamed Hassan.

And the player ended his agreement with Ismaili, to sign for three seasons coming from the ranks of Ceramica Cleopatra.

Enppi reveals the truth about Zamalek's negotiation with its player:

The Chairman of the Board of Directors of Enppi Club, Ayman Al-Sharia, explained the reality of Zamalek's negotiations with team wing Mostafa Shalaby this summer.

He confirmed during his statements that the player moved away from Al-Ahly in the current Mercato, and Al-Ahmar submitted an official offer to include Shalaby.

He continued, but the negotiations stopped in the end, and the White Castle has not made an official offer to include Mustafa Shalabi so far.

He pointed out that the conversation took place through mediators and agents, but without official offers.

It is worth noting that press reports indicated that Al-Abyad was close to resolving the Shalaby deal after his departure from Al-Ahly.

Summer transfers: a reciprocal deal between the Ismaili and the army:

The Ismaili Club’s board of directors agreed to enter into a reciprocal deal with its counterpart, Tala’a El-Gaish, in the current summer Mercato.

And the deal is the transfer of Dervish player Ahmed Mustafa to the military team, in exchange for goalkeeper Omar Radwan on loan.

The goalkeeper will join Al-Asfar for a season on loan, following the negotiations that Dervish officials managed with Al-Tala.

Mostafa will also join the military team for a season on loan as part of the exchange deal.

It is worth noting that the Portuguese, Augusto Inacio, the former coach of Zamalek, enters the circle of interests of the Ismaili club.