Al-Ahly club is currently finalizing the travel procedures for Ayman Ashraf, the team’s player, to Austria, in order to conduct medical examinations on the knee.
And Dr. Saad Shalaby, the executive director of the club, had announced that the board of directors had approved, during yesterday’s meeting, Thursday, Ayman Ashraf’s travel to Austria to perform some good tests on the knee.
On the other hand, Al-Ahly club officials settled the file of renewing the contracts of Yasser Ibrahim, Hussein Al-Shahat and Rami Rabia, the team’s trio, before the winter transfer period next January, given that the contracts of the trio expire at the end of the current season and they have the right to sign for any club in the next winter Mercato, especially since the renewal of contracts The trio is one of the most prominent files on the table in the Al-Ahly football sector.
Al-Ahly’s administration welcomes the extension of the contracts of the trio, Yasser Ibrahim, Hussein Al-Shahat and Rami Rabea, before the upcoming winter transfer period, in light of the desire of the administration and the technical staff led by Marcel Koehler to renew the trio’s contracts and maintain their continuity in the ranks of the red team as one of the elements of experience and the main pillars of Al-Ahly’s list.
Marcel Koehler gave the Al-Ahly administration the light to renew the contracts of the trio, Yasser Ibrahim, Hussein Al-Shahat and Rami Rabia, with the ball management taking over the file of negotiation with them and determining the financial value of the trio’s contracts from the talks that it will lead with the three players in order to agree on the financial compensation they will receive in the period coming.
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