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Dakhleya refuse to sell Ahmed Samir to Zamalek
Egyptian Premier League side Dakhleya have refused to sell right winger Ahmed Samir to Zamalek.
The Whites look to bolster their squad ahead of next season, and Ahmed Samir has been a target for Zamalek president Mortada Mansour.
Mansour had announced to Egyptian TV that he had signed the former U-20 starlet, only to be denied by Dakhleya coach Alaa Abdelaal who said that the club have decided against selling the player.
“I learned about Zamalek’s negotiations with the player (Samir) through the media,” Abdelaal said.
“I met with the club’s [El Dakhleya] president and we’ve decided not to sell the player,” he added.
It is also worth mentioning that Zamalek board-member Ahmed Soliman has denied that an agreement has been reached with the player, but has stressed that the club will only sign the player under his club’s consent.