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Basem Morsi: Zamalekawi official prevented me from returning to white



Bassem Morsi, the former Zamalek and Military production striker, and a recent joiner to Egypt Al-Maqsas, revealed the details of his failure to return to the white team, in the winter transfers, especially after the player was close to realizing his dream of returning to his home again.


In exclusive statements to Al-Youm Al-Sabea, Morsi said that he was close to returning to Zamalek club, explaining that the deal was disrupted at last, after a Zamalek official intervened to prevent him from returning home again and contracting new attackers.


Bassem Morsi confirmed that his failure to return to Zamalek was due to "Al-Naseeb", pointing out that he had received many offers during the winter transfer period, indicating that he had preferred the Fayoumi team in the end, hoping that it would be his gateway to return to the national team.


Officials of the Maqasa Club succeeded in contracting with Bassem Morsi after buying his contract from production on the last day of the winter transfer window, in order to strengthen the Fayoumi team in the remaining period of the current season.


The clearing contract with Bassem Morsi in order to strengthen the offensive line came after the sale of his attacker Marwan Hamdi to Zamalek and the transfer of Rajab Omran, his replacement in the offensive line to Ceramica, and the clearing ended a purchase deal in the name of Morsi for a million pounds, especially since there are 6 months left in Morsi's contract with the production, while the player signed For two and a half seasons.


The clearing house received 13 million pounds in cash for the sale of Marwan Hamdy to Zamalek, in addition to 15% of the sale proceeds if Zamalek sold the player in the future.

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