The committee in charge of managing Zamalek club announced the formal contract with Tunisian Saif El-Din Jaziri, striker of the Arab Contractors team, to join the white team until the end of the current season.
Zamalek club revealed in a statement that it had completed the contract with Al-Jaziri until the end of the current season under the loan system from the Arab Contractors, with a structure that would grant the club the right to purchase the contract permanently for the next two seasons.
Al-Jaziri participated with the Arab Contractors in 9 matches in the African League and Confederation Championships, during which he scored 4 goals and scored one goal.
Zamalek also succeeded in concluding a second deal, by contracting with Marwan Hamdy, the striker of the clearing Egypt, for a period of 4 and a half years, in a deal that paid the White Castle Treasury an amount of up to 15 million pounds, in order to compensate for the departure of the player Mustafa Mohamed, who recently joined the Turkish Galatasaray club.
The player (24 years) gave a good response to his club, as he scored 4 goals this season to compete for the league’s top scorer title, as he had previously joined the ranks of the Egypt national team and played with him two matches.
While the Zamalek administration abruptly retreated in the position of the Moroccan player, Mohamed Onagem, and agreed to loan him to Moroccan club Wydad Casablanca.
Onajem will join the ranks of Moroccan Wydad on loan for a period of 6 months until the end of the current season.
And in the last files resolved by the committee in charge of managing Zamalek, it succeeded in obtaining the signature of Ahmed Nader, the Zamalek goalkeeper, born in 2003, on an official contract linking him to the club on Saturday evening.
Ahmed Nader Al-Sayed will be included in the list of Zamalek participating in the African Champions League, according to the vision of the coaching staff led by Jaime Pacheco.