Ahly duo Mohamed "Gedo" Nagi and Sherif Abdel-Fadil have officially signed new contracts with the club, the Cairo giants announced early on Tuesday.
"Gedo and Abdel-Fadil have agreed to extend their stay with Ahly for another three years starting from next season," football sector manager Alaa Abdel-Sadek told the club's official website.
"Both players are sincere and deserve attention and care as they have delivered a lot for Ahly," he added.
The 31-year-old forward, Gedo, has been sidelined for a while due to a longstanding injury. He underwent knee surgery last season and this season has played three games and scored once.
Gedo's contract with Ahly was due to expire at the end of the current season but the club announced recently the player would be staying.
Gedo joined the Red Devils in 2010 after catching the club's eye during the Pharaohs' winning 2010 Africa Cup of Nations campaign. He has collected a series of trophies with Ahly, including two Egyptian Premier Leagues, two African Champions Leagues, one CAF Cup, two Super Cups and one Egypt Cup.
Abdel-Fadil, who joined the Cairo giants from Ismaily in 2009, was free to sign for any other club as his current contract runs out by the end of the current season.
The 32-year-old stopper was also a key element in Ahly's success in recent years.
Title-holders Ahly, who are chasing a ninth successive league title, currently lie second at the league table with 74 points, 6 behind leaders and rivals Zamalek.
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