The Zamalek Club Football Department is studying the marketing of the duo Karim Bamboo and Omar Al-Saeed, the players of the first football team, as part of reciprocal deals with the Egyptian League clubs, in light of the lack of financial liquidity in the Zamalek club’s treasury that allows for deals during the current summer transfer period.
More than one club in the league entered into negotiations with Karim Bambo to sign him, the most prominent of whom is Ismaili, and the Wadi Degla administration wants to restore Omar Al-Saeed again after moving to Zamalek 3 seasons ago, in addition to the desire of Military Production to include the player in light of the player’s brilliance within the ranks of the war wheels team.
On the other hand, the football department at Zamalek club is studying a number of biographies of some of the attackers in preparation for contracting with one of them in the current summer transfers in preparation for the new season, as the Zamalek football department intends to contract with a super striker to support the team’s attack in light of the lack of conviction of the Portuguese coach Pacheco, Zamalek’s potential Al-Saeed, as well as his desire to market Kasungu and take advantage of the foreign player’s place in the new season’s list to include a super African player..
The ball management settled on 4 attackers who are preferred among them, all of whom are foreigners, and they will be presented to the technical director upon his arrival in Cairo next Saturday after spending his vacation in Portugal, to choose the best to end the contract with him..
Zamalek is currently preparing for its match against Masr Club, before playing its highly anticipated match against Al-Ahly, as Zamalek qualified for the African Champions League Final after its victory over Moroccan Raja, with three goals against a goal, in the match that brought them together at Cairo Stadium, in the second leg The semi-final round of the African Champions League, after winning the first-leg match with an unanswered goal scored by Moroccan Ashraf Bin Sharqi, the team’s wing, in the meeting that brought them together at Mohammed V Stadium, in Casablanca, to qualify Al-Abyad with a score of 1/4 in the aggregate of the two round-trip matches, to accompany Al-Ahly in the final match after Al-Ahmar’s victory over Moroccan Wydad, where the first leg that was held between the two teams at Mohammed V Stadium in Morocco ended with Al-Ahmar’s victory with two goals without a response, before confirming his superiority in the second leg in Cairo, and winning three goals against a goal, to cross the half-round Final, with a score of 1/5, in the aggregate of the two matches.