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Sporting Braga submit bid for Al Ahly’s Ahmed Hamdy
Portuguese club Sporting Braga have submitted a bid for the services of Al Ahly youngster Ahmed Hamdy.
Jose Peseiro’s Braga have sent an official enquiry to sign Al Ahly youngster Ahmed Hamdy, according to Sayed Abdel-Hafiz.
Hamdy, 18, is one of Al Ahly’s hottest young properties at the moment with former Red Devils manager Jose Peseiro, now at Braga, giving him his debut during his stint at the club.
Al Ahly have confirmed via an official statement on their website that they sent back Braga requesting a more detailed bid that should reveal if it’s a loan or permanent signing, as well as the financials involved should the deal go through.
The Portuguese outfits have another former Al Ahly youth player in their ranks, Ahmed Hassan ‘Koka’.