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OFFICIAL: Kamar, Obama, Samir depart Zamalek
Smouha have signed forward Khaled Kamar from Zamalek on a season-long loan deal, with fellow compatriots Youssef Ibrahim ‘Obama’ and Ahmed Samir leaving for Ittihad of Alexandria and Ismaily, respectively.
It is believed that the former Ittihad El-Shorta striker’s loan deal is a part of Smouha skipper Ibrahim Abdel-Khalek’s 5 million EGP deal with Zamalek which is on the verge of completion.
The 27-year-old, who scored seven goals in 38 apps with the Egyptian champions this season, will be hoping to regain his Shorta form, which saw him be the subject of a tug-of-war between the Cairo giants last season.
In other news, Zamalek youth product Youssef Obama (pictured below) officially completed his loan move to Ittihad of Alexandria on Tuesday, as the Green Magic look to strengthen their squad after the hiring of Bulgarian manager Stoycho Mladenov.
Left-back Ahmed Samir is also on the move, as he’ll don the yellow colours of Ismaily next season, going there on a two-year loan deal with the Yellow Dragons having the option to buy the player at the end of his spell. The move will thus unite him with former Whites coach Ahmed Hossam ‘Mido’.
It’s worth noting that the Zamalek official website announced the players that will not be present in the club’s roster come next season, and they include: Khaled Kamar, Youssef Obama, Saleh Moussa, Ahmed Samir, Ahmed Aly, Ahmed Eid, Reda El-Azab, Abdoulaye Cisse and Mohamed Abdel Meguid.