Pyramids FC hit back at Hussein El-Shahat comments
El-Shahat said in an interview with Sada El Balad satellite channel he received an offer from Pyramids. The 26-year-old player said he turned down the offer as he’d rather play for Al Ahly after he ends his spell with Al Ain.
Pyramids, which was recently acquired by chairman of Saudi Sports Authority Turki Al Sheikh, issued a statement on their their official Twitter account, in which they denied being interested in signing El-Shahat.
Pyramids denied El-Shahat claims and said they would never try to sign the player without informing his club Al Ain first. “Al Ain have better players who play in El-Shahat’s position,” the tweet read.
The re-branded club challenged the player to provide any proof that he received an offer from their side. They also questioned the motives behind his move to the UAE side, as the player claimed that Pyramids’ offer was tempting but he turned it down as he’s not focused on making money only.
The club, formerly known as Assiouty Sport, has been a revolution in the latest transfer market, signing a number of the best talents in the league plus a number of Brazilian players and is expected to become a strong title contender next season.
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