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'Price tag to set too high', says Ahly target Temsah

Egypt winger believes Ahly will never pay the price-tag set by Dakhleya

Tarek Hefny, Thursday 14 Jun 2012
Ahmed Temsah
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Egyptian winger Ahmed Temsah has revealed his frustration at the exagerated sum his club Dakhleya has requested to let him move to Cairo giants Ahly.

Dakheleya has asked for LE4 million immediately to allow the transfer and the amount will go up to LE6 million if the payments are in several installments.

“Everyone knows that Egypt is passing through exceptional circumstances, which makes me believe that the LE4 million is too much. I believe one to two million would be a reasonable price to let me go,” the 26-year-old international said.

Temsah has made a good impact in the league scoring two goals and offering three assists for the newly promoted side Dakhleya in 13 apparences. Egypt coach Bob Bradley has included him in his squad and he proved to be a very promising player for the seven-time African champions.

The player has been also courted by Zamalek but he has already revealed his desire to play for the Red Devils.

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