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Al Ittihad KSA have seen a bid of £3.4 million for Egypt international centre back Ahmed Hegazi rejected by West Bromwich Albion.
After suffering from injuries in the first leg of the season, Ahmed Hegazi has struggled to reclaim his place in the starting lineup due to the success of Semi Ajayi and Kyle Bartley in his absence.
As a result, the Egypt international has been linked with the possibility of a move away from the club, and it appears he may have a potential suitor in Saudi Arabia.
Al Ittihad have become one of the leading candidates for his signature, despite being knocked back in their opening bid of £3.4 million.
Regardless of this bid being rejected, it is unlikely to be the end of the saga with Al Ahly also interested in retaining his services.
Before that, Hegazi will look to break back into the squad for the Baggies’ next game away at Barnsley on the 26th of December at 5PM Egyptian time.
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