It seems that Zamalek is planning to support its offensive line with a new deal, after contracting with Senegalese Ibrahima Ndaye and Benin Samson Akinola in the current summer transfers.
Al-Osboa learned that Zamalek is planning to sign Abdo Yahya, player of the Ghazl Al-Mahalla team, to support the White Knight’s offensive line in the new season.
Zamalek has already begun communicating with Ghazl El-Mahalla officials to find out their financial requests to dispense with the services of Abdo Yahya, who was one of the best elements of the team last season.
Abdo Yahya played a major role in the survival of the Ghazl El-Mahalla team in the Egyptian Premier League, after his success in scoring 9 goals and making 3.
During the current transfer period, Zamalek club signed several deals to support the ranks of the first football team, in order to compete for all championships in the new season.
The Senegalese club Zamalek included Ibrahima Ndaye, Omar Jaber, Nabil Imad Donga, Zakaria Al-Wardi, Samson Akinola, and Mustafa Al-Zanari, and the white knight is still in negotiations with some other players.
On the other hand, the Zamalek first-team football team arrived at Cairo International Airport from the Cameroonian capital, Yaounde, after playing the Chadian Elect match.
Zamalek beat Chad champions with two goals without a response, scored by Mahmoud Abdel Razek “Shikabala” and Ahmed Sayed “Zizou” in the match that took place between them on Sunday at Ahmedou Ahidjo Stadium in Cameroon in the first leg of the preliminary round of the African Champions League, to come close to qualifying for the 32nd round of the tournament.