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Ahly's El-Sulaya signs contract extension

Ahram Online , Sunday 10 Feb 2019
Ahly's midfielder Amr El-Soulaya (Photo: Al-Ahram)
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Ahly's in-form midfielder Amr El-Sulaya has signed a three-year-and-a- half contact extension that will keep him at the club until 2022, the Cairo giants announced on Sunday.

The 29-year-old, who has scored two goals in 19 appearances so far this season, produced a series of fine displays with Ahly under the guidance of newly appointed coach Martin Lasarte.

The former Ismaily midfielder joined Ahly from Emirati side Al-Wehda in January 2016.

Ahly also extended the contract of Tunisian full-back Ali Maaloul for three years on Saturday.

The Red Devils are aiming to keep hold of their prized assets as they chase a fourth successive Egyptian Premier League title.

They are third in the league table with 39 points, nine behind leaders Zamalek who played one match more.  

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