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Zamalek reach agreement to sign Ittihad's defender

Ittihad defender Ramzy Khaled to boost Zamalek's defense line starting January

Ahram Online , Wednesday 23 Dec 2015
Mourtada Mansour
Zamalek president (L) with his his counterpart at Ittihad in a meeting on Tuesday (Photo: Zamalek's official website)
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Zamalek have reached an agreement to sign Ittihad of Alexandria's right-back Ramzy Khaled in the winter transfer window next January, the Cairo giants announced late on Tuesday.

"Zamalek president Mortada Mansour has reached an agreement with his counterpart at Ittihad to sign Ramzy Khaled," a statement at Zamalek's official website reads without disclosing details.

"They also agreed to renew the loan of Zamalek's forward Youssef 'Obama' Ibrahim to Ittihad for another two years," the statement added.

The coastal side defender will reportedly join the Egyptian champions for a fee of LE2.5 million.

League and Cup holders Zamalek are in sixth place at the league table with 13 points, seven behind leaders Dakhlya who have played two extra matches. 

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