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El-Sulaya decides to extend his contract with Ismaily, Afroto signs


Designed by Nevine Farghaly

Designed by Nevine Farghaly

Ismaily have announced on their website that Amr El-Sulaya decided to extend his contract with the club at the end of the season, as well as the signing of Mostafa Afroto from Damanhour.

Ismaily previously issued a hands-off warning to Cairo giants Al Ahly and Zamalek from attempting to land the midfielder’s services.

The 26-year-old has previously sworn an oath to play for no other team in Egypt other than his childhood club, Ismaily, one that he has kept when he turned down an offer from Al Ahly.

Amr underwent a trial at Villarreal and a the Spanish club wanted to sign him on loan, however, the offer was rejected by Ismaily.

It’s well worth mentioning that El-Sulaya featured in KingFut’s 10 Egyptian Premier League Players who deserve European move this summer.

Mostafa Afroto

Ismaily also secured the services of Damanhour star, and former Al Ahly player, .

“I’m very satisfied with my current level of performances. I’m happy I’m returning to my previous levels,” Afroto said.

Afroto’s performances in the U-20 World Cup in 2009 that took place in Egypt were key for the player’s nationwide popularity.

“Joining a big club like Ismaily will help me achieve my dream of representing my country on the highest levels,” he concluded.

Ismaily currently lie in 7th place, 3 point below 4th place holders, Misr El-Maqassa.

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