Mohamed Ibrahim travels to Portugal to determine future
Mohamed Ibrahim travels to Portugal to meet Marítimo officials as Zamalek return edges closer.
Speculation surrounding Mohamed Ibrahim’s future at Marítimo has been circulating with Zamalek interested in bringing him back to Cairo, and the situation should soon come to a conclusion as the midfielder heads to Portugal to hold crunch talks.
Zamalek chairman Mortada Mansour gave his assurance in television remarks that Mohamed Ibrahim has already signed for the Whites starting from next season, and that there is a verbal agreement for a 6-month-loan between the 22-year-old and a Saudi Arabian club.
Mohamed Ibrahim also got the chance to tell his fans about his next move by saying: “I travel tomorrow at 9:55 am to Portugal. I am not psychologically comfortable to play at Marítimo anymore and I have decided to pay from my own money the 200,000 euros that Zamalek would have to pay in case I left.”
Mortada then explained how the money will be paid: “€100,000 will be paid using the money Mohamed will receive from his loan move and 100,000 will be deducted from his monthly wages when he returns to Zamalek.”
Mortada Mansour then said that Zamalek will send a waiver for Mohamed Ibrahim’s €400,000 transfer fee once the player settles everything with the Portuguese club.
It must be noted that Mohamed didn’t rule out a chance of staying in Portugal and playing for Marítimo.
Mohamed Ibrahim has been heavily linked with multiple clubs in the Egyptian Premiere League lately, however, the player said that he has no intention of playing in Egypt except for his boyhood club Zamalek.
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