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Ahly Algerian striker Sayoud could move on loan

Ahly's technical staff have agreed to release their trio of Algerian striker Amir Sayoud, midfielder Abdel-Hamid Shabana and defender Mohamed Samir

Eslam Omar, Thursday 4 Aug 2011
Ahly forward Amir Sayoud
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With Algerian clubs, including Es Setif chasing him, striker Amir Sayoud got the green light to move from Ahly.

“Sayoud is still young and we are considering moving him on loan as he is a promising player,” says football director, Sayed Abdel-Hafiz.

"No club have officially talked to us about Sayoud," he added.

Alexandrian club Smouha are negotiating Abdel-Hamid Shabana to land him on a one-year-loan deal While Ahly wants two million pounds to exit defender Mohamed Samir.

The Red devils want to renew their squad as they already landed five new players; midfielder Waild Soliman from ENPPI, El-Sayed Hamdy (Petrojet), Ahmed Shedid Qinawi (Masry), Brazilian Fabio Junior and Mohamed Naguib (Shorta).

"I am so happy for wearing Ahly's jersey for the fiirst time," Mohamed Naguib said after Thursday's training session.

Portuguese coach Manuel Jose has started leading the trainings after a two-day rest following returning back from Tunisa after the 1-0 CAF Champions League defeat against Tunisian champions, Esperance.

Ahly are third in Group B, three points behind Moroccan leaders Wydad and Esperance. The Egyptians will host the group's fourth placed team, Mouloudia Alger of Algeria next Wednesday.

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