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Al Ahly’s transfer director Amir Tawfik has assured that the club have no intention of selling right-back Ali Maaloul and haven’t received any offers from Emirati giants Al Ain.
After a formidable season with Al Ahly, where he helped them remain unbeaten in the league and reach the CAF Champions League semi-finals, Ali Maaloul became one of the most sought-after players in the region.
His impressive 12 direct goal contributions (five goals and seven assists) in 20 games across all competitions make him one of the most dangerous players in his position.
This led to the emergence of several rumors regarding Maaloul’s departure from the Red Castle, with the likes of Saudi side Al Hilal interested in signing him and more recently Al Ain.
READ: Al Hila deny negotiations with Al Ahly over Maaloul
However, talking to the Deutsche Presse-Agentur (DAP), the Reds’ transfer director Amir Tawfik debunked these rumors saying that they haven’t received any offers from the Emirati club.
He then added that head coach, Rene Weiler, along with the remainder of the coaching staff have no intention of selling the Tunisia international as he’s one of the key players within the squad.
Since joining Al Ahly from CS Sfaxien in 2016, Maaloul led his side to six major trophies including three Egyptian Premier League titles, an Egypt Cup and two Egyptian Super Cup trophies.
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