Mohamed Ezz El-Din “Simo” participated in Zamalek’s training today, Sunday, in preparation for the new season.
Simo returned to Zamalek after a period of time in Spain.
FilGoal.com reveals the scenes of Simo’s return to Zamalek.
Simo was born on November 7, 2003 and was in the Egypt youth team list, which was present in the last Arab Cup in Saudi Arabia.
The 19-year-old spent a period of cohabitation in Spain with Leganes before joining Getafe and finally Conquenci in the second division.
During his time in Spain, Zamalek maintained its right to the player by registering him in the preliminary list.
The player signed last July to Future Club on a five-year contract, but was unable to register him. Why did that happen?
As far as I know FilGoal.com Future was unable to register the player because he was in the custody of Zamalek.
Zamalek contacted the player after that, who welcomed the presence with the white team in the coming period.
The player attended the team’s training today, and it is expected that a professional contract will be made for him soon.
What happened with Future?
Knowledge FilGoal.com That Future, when he applied to register the player in the Football Association, discovered that the player’s contract was in the form of an amateur, not a professional.
Therefore, it is natural for him to be in the hands of Zamalek, and thus Future retracted the inclusion of the player.
Adel Mustafa, supervisor of the junior sector in Future, said toFilGoal.com Last July: “When the Egyptian youth team was in an open camp in Ismailia about a month ago, the player apologized for not being there.”
He added, “Simo came to me and told me that his contract had expired and that he was currently without a team, so I signed with him.”
Salah Salam, the player’s agent at the time, toldFilGoal.comWe have already signed with Future after the player’s contract with the Spanish club Korensky expired.
He added, “The junior contracts are signed for a year and are renewed year after year. When our year ended, we preferred to return to Egypt in preparation for traveling again for professionalism.”
He explained, “There were 3 non-Future clubs who wanted to sign Simo, which are Al-Ittihad of Alexandria, Smouha and Al-Ahly Bank, but we chose Future for the future.”
Salam continued, “At the time of signing, we had an appointment with Adel Mustafa, and we went to the headquarters of Future and the contracts were signed there.”