Mortada Mansour responds to Farko’s threats

Mortada Mansour, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Egyptian club Zamalek, commented for the first time on the crisis that erupted recently after the White Fort reinstated the services of young goalkeeper Mohamed Sobha from Farko club.

In the summer of 2021, Zamalek loaned goalkeeper Mohamed Sobhi to Farko with the latter’s option to buy out the goalkeeper’s contract on a permanent basis during that summer, but on Saturday night the club abruptly announced Sobhi’s return to him as Farko prepared to activate a buy clause in a goalkeeper lease.

A FARCO source confirmed in statements to Egypt’s Yallakura website that Zamalek’s actions were illegal and suggested that the matter be referred to the Egyptian Football Association and FIFA.

Mortada Mansour reacted to this by saying in statements to TV channel Zamalek: “I assure everyone, the contract of Mohamed Sobhi Selim, the season ends on August 31, and Farko had to complete the procedures by signing and handing over the money to buy the player once. and for everyone, but this did not happen.

And he added: “I would like Farko to have no restrictions on the supply of young players to them, we have no problems, except with one club.”

Regarding Marwan Hamdi’s final departure to Al-Masri Club on a 4 season contract, Mortada Mansour said: “I thank every player who left and they will be honored, any player who left or whose loan was extended on the basis of wish of coach Josevaldo Ferreira.”

Notably, Marwan Hamdi was on loan with Smouha last season, and despite his brilliance in the Alexandria jersey, Zamalek decided to sell him for good this summer.

Source: media

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