Reports: Galatasaray wants Al-Ahly game maker..and these are the offers that he intends to present

Turkish press reports issued on Friday morning revealed that the Galatasaray club wants to include Mohamed Magdy Afsha, the Al-Ahly club player, during the upcoming winter transfers.

This desire came at the request of Fatih Terim, the technical director of the Turkish team, who wants to strengthen the center of the play industry in his team.

The Turkish press explained that Galatasaray is preparing to present an offer to Al-Ahly regarding his disclosure, and hopes that Al-Ahly will agree.

The offer is to buy the player permanently from Al-Ahly Club, with a value of 3 million euros, to be paid in one payment, to contract with the player.

The second offer is attached to the first offer in the event of Al-Ahly’s refusal, which is the loan of the player starting from next January, for a period of 6 months, for one million and 500 thousand euros.

The administration in the Turkish club is also seeking to take advantage of the presence of the Egyptian Mustafa Mohamed to open a line of negotiation with his compatriot Mohamed Magdy Afsha.

“Urgent” Zamalek settles on this confrontation for the sake of Ismaili:

The technical staff of Zamalek, led by the French Carteron, decided to play a friendly match in preparation for facing Ismaili in the league.

As the technical staff of Zamalek decided to face the Future Watan team, which is one of the clubs of the fourth division, after tomorrow, Monday.

Through that match, Carteron wants to prepare his players and prepare well for the Ismaili match next Friday in the fourth round of the league.

The friendly match came based on the desire of coach Carteron in order to raise the level of physical fitness during the current suspension period and to compensate the players for stopping the matches.

Zamalek had returned to training yesterday for the first time after the heavy loss at the top against Al-Ahly.

Zamalek seeks to open a new page in order to complete the league and compensate for the loss of the summit, starting with the upcoming Ismaili confrontation

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