Al-Masry puts the last frills on the deal of Mahmoud Gad, an Enppi goalkeeper

The Egyptian club has reached an advanced stage in the negotiations of the Port Said club with their counterparts at Enppi to obtain the services of Mahmoud Gad, the goalkeeper of the petroleum team, within the framework of the Egyptian administration’s plan to support the team’s ranks in the coming period in preparation for the new season.

Al-Masry’s approach to the inclusion of the Enppi goalkeeper comes after Zamalek withdrew from the deal, especially after the restoration of Mohamed Sobhi, the White Castle goalkeeper, who was loaned to Farco.

The first football team in the Egyptian club will organize this Thursday noon in a closed camp in a Cairo hotel, at the beginning of the first stages of the team’s preparation period in preparation for the new football season 2023/2022, which is scheduled to start in mid-October.

The list announced by the team’s coach, Ihab Galal, included 20 players, who came as follows:

Ahmed Masoud, Issam Tharwat, Muhammad Shehata, the youngster Ihab Al-Aidi, Amr Moussa, Islam Abu Salima, Karim Al-Iraqi, Ahmed Alaa, Hussein Al-Sayed, Farid Shawqi, Izzy Emeka, Islam Attia, Hassan Ali, Muhammad Grindo, Ahmed Al-Sheikh, Muhammad Antar, Elias Jelassi, Amr Merhi, and the new Algerian duo Abdel Rahim Daghmoum and Imad Eddine Boubacar.

The Egyptian club has decided 6 deals so far, during the current summer Mercato, as part of the reinforcement plan that the Port Said club is following, in preparation for the new season, as the Egyptian wants to restore its position among the adults.

Al-Masry first contracted with Abdel Rahim Dagmoum from Algeria’s ES Setif to strengthen the offensive line, then Al-Masry announced his contract with Algerian Imad El-Din Boubacar, defender of the Moroccan Wydad team.

Al-Masry also signed Marwan Hamdi, the Zamalek striker, for 4 seasons. The Egyptian club also signed the Cameroonian striker Frank Mbela Etoga, Ghanaian player, Ashanti Kotoko. The Egyptian also signed Hussein Al-Sayed, the left back of Pyramids, and Amr Saadawi, the left back in El Gouna.

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