Pyramids FC reveal Keno’s future with the team
Keno, 29, has been linked with clubs in Asia the past few weeks, particularly China and Saudi Arabia after his recent form with Pyramids, scoring four goals and providing a couple of assists in seven league games for the club.
Regarding the matter, Hassan told Onsport: “Keno is staying with the team. Everything is the same and we have no issues at all.”
“We remain on our path and everything’s the same. If anything else happens, that’s a different story. We remain supporting the team and motivating them,” Hassan concluded.
Pyramids FC have enjoyed a turbulent spell over the past two weeks ever since Al Ahly fans aimed insults at the club’s former honorary president and now Pyramids owner and Saudi Arabia Minister of Sport Turki Al Sheikh.
Following the incident, Al Sheikh decided to withdraw investments in Egypt, while promising that Pyramids’ star players’ future will be well taken care of and provided with suitable club contracts, and with Keno having a huge impact on the Egyptian Premier Leauge since his arrival, his name was always mentioned as the first player to depart the club, if a selling spree is to begin next January.
/ 11 mins ago
Reports emerged on Monday that English Championship outfit Sheffield Wednesday are interested in acquiring...
/ 16 mins ago
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) have announced that Ethiopian referee Bamlak Tessema Weyesa...
/ 38 mins ago
Both Omar El-Said and Hamdi Nagguez will miss-out on the second-leg of the Confederation...
/ 6 hours ago
Former Liverpool forward El-Hadji Diouf has tipped hosts Egypt as potential 2019 AFCON winners, saying “It’s...