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Smouha includes Abdel-Aty "Dijla" for a season on loan with the intention of selling

Smouha club officials, headed by Faraj Amer, completed the contract with Mohamed Abdel-Aty, player of Wadi Degla, for a season on loan with the intention of the final sale.

Wadi Degla club officials had set 15 million pounds for the sale of the team's midfielder, Mohamed Abdel-Aty, who entered the circle of interests of a number of league clubs after the distinguished level presented by the player last season.

Smouha’s offer outperformed the rest of the league clubs’ offers, as a source in the Wadi Degla club revealed that the player received five local offers, one of them from a fan club from the largest clubs in Egypt and Africa, but no material agreement was reached on the deal.

The source said that El Gouna, Ceramica, Future and Al-Ahly Bank clubs requested the inclusion of Abdel-Aty during the current summer transfers, in addition to negotiations from Zamalek to contract with the player, but did not reach the stage of the official offer due to the objection to the financial compensation set by the club.

Abdel-Baqi Gamal, the coach of the Wadi Degla team, decided to stay with "Al-Ghazlan" in the second division, after the team's relegation was confirmed this season, although he had received several offers to leave.

Abdel Baqi Gamal obtained a promise from the Wadi Degla Board of Directors to support the team in the current summer transfers to enhance the chances of the team's rise again to the top flight.

Wadi Degla ascended to the Premier League for the first time in its history in the 2010 season after topping the Cairo and Canal Group with 63 points. And so 49.