Tuesday, May 24, 2022
Omar Kora wrote:
Mortada Mansour, president of the Zamalek club, has confirmed that he will not prevent the Moroccan Ashraf Bencharki, the player of the team, from moving to any club after the end of his contract.
Mortada Mansour said in televised statements to ‘Al Shams’ channel: “Bencharki is a professional player who has the right to leave for any club after the end of his contract, but it’s a shame to talk about the transfer of a player whose contract is still valid until August with the rival club.”
He added: “It is not true what has been reported that Ashraf Bencharki sent a letter to the Zamalek club informing them of the end of his contract on June 30, that Bencharki is a very polite player and respectful who will continue with us until the end of the season.
And he underlined: “We have closed the file in Sharqi since the announcement of the non-renewal of this one, and whoever wants to reopen the page, let him come. He has the right to go to any which club he wants to play as long as his contract expires, whether for Al-Ahly, Pyramids or the Emirates.
On his part, Amir Mortada Mansour, the general football supervisor in Zamalek, spoke about Ashraf Bencharki’s case saying, “I was bored with Bencharki’s question and the player himself was bored. We talked about this case with the intention of closing it.” this.”
And he continued, in statements to the channel “On Time Sports 2”: “The player will be available to contract with him for free after the end of his contract. We are not interested in following his path, whether for Al -Ahly, Saudi Arabia, Pyramids, Emirates or Wydad.
He stressed: “The player is training well and wants to appear distinctly with the team in matches. I cannot talk to him about his future. He can do whatever he wants, and we spoke to the Football Association after adjusting the end date of the league.
He concluded: “The club has the right to preserve his rights. If a player leaves the club, I can take action against him to secure myself as a club, but I don’t think the player, after spending three years in the club, will enter into a legal case with the club.