Xenia Sports – Cairo
Zamalek club management succeeded in signing contract with Ahmed Al-Sheikh, the former wing of Al-Ahly team, after his official departure from the red team, to join his traditional opponent in a free deal.
Al-Sheikh became the second Zamalek free deals, after also contracting with Tunisian Hamza Mathlouthi, former right-back for Tunisian club Sfaxien after the end of his contract with his club, where the deal was announced recently.
The player signed his transfer contracts to Zamalek, for three seasons, to come, where he will organize group training in the coming days, and he will be registered locally, provided that he will be registered in the list of the African Champions League during next January.
And Al-Sheikh left Al-Ahly after 5 years spent within the team, where the technical staff led by Pitso Mosimani decided to dispense with him, he was given a financial clearance, in addition to his dispensing paper, to join the club he wanted.
Al-Sheikh had received several official offers from the clubs of Smouha, Misr Al-Maqsas, and Al-Ismaili, but the new Zamalek administration headed by Counselor Ahmed Al-Bakri succeeded in convincing him to join the squad of the team.