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Onajem refreshes Zamalek's treasury with $ 100,000


Zamalek club's treasury rebounded with $ 100,000, the loan amount of Mohamed Onajem, the team's playmaker, to Moroccan club Wydad Casablanca, during the last winter of the Mercato.


And Zamalek announced the loan of Moroccan Mohamed Onajem to Moroccan club Wydad Casablanca, for 100 thousand dollars, in addition to the player's waiver of 50% of his dues with Zamalek.


Onajem's loan to Wydad came after Zamalek club officials ended the procedures for contracting with Tunisian Saif Jaziri, the contractor striker, on loan for a period of 6 months until the end of the current season with the intention of the final sale after the end of the current season, so an African player had to leave to vacate a place on the white list for registration. Jaziri.


The last period witnessed, Wydad club was late in sending the value of the Onagem deal, and Zamalek club sent more than one official letter to obtain the dues that had already arrived a few days ago to the club's treasury.


Today, Saturday, the Zamalek team will enter a closed camp in preparation for facing Al-Ahly, at the request of the French Patrice Carteron, in an event for the first time since his arrival, especially since the camp this time will be for a period of two days, unlike previous matches, which was only a 24-hour camp due to the importance of the match, And he asked Al-Abyad management a long time ago to set up a camp 48 hours before the match.

For his part, Carteron praised the commitment of the Zamalek players to the instructions given to them by the technical staff before the Smouha Alexandria match, which was held on Thursday evening, in the Egyptian Premier League, regarding avoiding obtaining yellow cards that would have affected the absence of some players before the next Al-Ahly match.


Carteron said that playing the summit match without the absence of any of the basic elements is very good, and it will be a positive point in favor of his team in next Monday's meeting, wishing that the players will be in their best technical condition on the night of the match.

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