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EXCLUSIVE | Al Ahli Jeddah no longer interested in Kahraba
Al-Ahli Jeddah are no longer interested in signing Zamalek winger Mahmoud Kahraba.
The Zamalek ace was thought to have been a target for the Saudi Arabian giants, but the club have overlooked the idea, a source inside Al-Ahli told KingFut.
“Indeed, the interest was there to bring Kahraba to our club but we are no longer looking at that option.
“We have had some informal talks prior to negotiations but we have decided to look elsewhere,” the source told KingFut.
Kahraba would’ve costed Al-Ahli a fee in excess of two million USD, in the club had chosen to sign him.
It is worth mentioning Al-Ahli Jeddah signed left-back Mohamed Abdel-Shafy from Zamalek last summer in a deal worth €2.5 million (21.8 million EGP) and “two team buses”.