Enppi settles on selling Mahmoud Gad in the summer Mercato

The board of directors of Enppi Club decided to sell Mahmoud Gad, the club’s first football goalkeeper, during the current summer transfers, especially after the international goalkeeper received more than one offer, led by Al-Masry Al-Portsaidi and Future.

A source confirmed, during exclusive statements to “The Seventh Day” that Gad informed the management of Enppi Club of his desire to renew his ambition with another team during the new season and asked them to facilitate the procedures for his departure from the petroleum team, which the administration understood well and promised him to leave in the summer Mercato if an appropriate financial offer that meets management ambitions.

The source clarified that the management of the Enppi Club does not object to Mahmoud Gad’s departure from the petroleum team, but they will put a clause in the player’s contract that allows the petroleum club to obtain a percentage of the resale in the future so that they achieve the greatest financial benefit from the international goalkeeper.

In a related context, a source confirmed that Enppi Club officials contracted with Ramadan Mustafa, the clearing goalkeeper, who was relegated to the Second Division League to secure the goalkeeping position in the event of Mahmoud Gad’s departure during the current summer transfer period.

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, 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.

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