Zamalek club agreed to loan its striker Omar Saeed to El Gouna, for a period of 6 months, until the end of the current season, as the management of the White Club agreed to the offer to borrow the player a few hours before the registration door closed.
Zamalek’s approval of Omar Al-Saeed’s transfer came after returning to the technical staff led by Jaime Pacheco, who agreed to loan the player to El Gouna, for his participation in the matches, after he became out of the team’s technical director’s accounts.
Zamalek had succeeded in joining an offensive duo to strengthen its ranks, namely Marwan Hamdy, coming from the ranks of the clearing Egypt, and the Tunisian Saif El Din Al Jaziri, the player of the Arab Contractors.
Mustafa Mohamed, Zamalek striker, moved to the Turkish club Galatasaray for a season and a half on loan for $ 2 million, so that White Castle officials decided to compensate him with a duo in the offensive line, with Omar Saeed, who had not participated with the club for a long time.
On the other hand, the Zamalek management promised the team’s players to spend the introductions of the new season contracts, during the next few periods, after the club’s treasury recovered, with the money of the deal to loan Mustafa Muhammad to the Turkish Galata Saray club.
Zamalek officials spoke with the players, that all the late salaries will be disbursed before February 5, in order to facilitate all matters for the players to achieve positive results and to continue to compete strongly in the Egyptian League competition.
In a different context, Dr. Muhammad Osama, head of the medical device at the Zamalek Club, revealed the details of the case of the trio of Mahmoud Abdel-Razek Shikabala, Hamza Mathlouthi, and Muhammad Ashraf “Roqa”, explaining that Shikabala suffers from some pain in the lower back, and underwent a rehabilitation session.
The doctor of Zamalek indicated that Mohamed Ashraf Rouqa continues his physical and rehabilitative program before attending group exercises after he recovered from infection with the new Coronavirus, adding that Hamza al-Mathlouthi suffers from a pain in the inner ligament of the knee, and he will undergo x-rays to determine the size of his injury and the date of his return to group training.
The team is preparing to face its counterpart Ghazl El-Mahalla, in the match scheduled for next Tuesday at Al Ghazal Stadium in Gharbia Governorate, within the eleventh round of the Premier League.