Pyramids FC make huge offer for Ismaily’s Mahmoud Metwally
Egyptian Premier League side Pyramids FC have made a huge offer to sign Ismaily defender Mahmoud Metwally during the summer transfer window.
The club announced early on Wednesday on their official Twitter account that they will submit an offer to sign the Ismaily defender for EGP 60 million (around $3.3 million).
The 25-year-old played a total of 119 games across all competitions since making his debut for the Ismaily first team in 2013. He scored six goals in 31 appearances with the team last season, which saw them finish second in the league standings.
Earlier this month, Ismaily chairman Ibrahim Othman denied reports about the departure of Metwally, saying he’s an integral part of the Ismailia-based team.
Pyramids FC, formerly known as Assiouty Sport, were recently acquired by chairman of Saudi Sports Authority Turki Al-Sheikh. Since the acquisition, the club announced the signing of a number of players including Mohamed Farouk from Arab Contractors, Brazilian duo Lucas Ribamar, Marcos da Silva França ‘Keno’, Syria international defender Omar Midani and Zamalek’s Ali Gabr and Ahmed Tawfik.
The club have most recently announced the signing of Smouha keeper El-Mahdy Soliman, with Zamalek chairman Mortada Mansour revealing that White Castle keeper Ahmed El-Shennawy will be moving to the recently rebranded club as well.
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