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Aswan requires staying in the league to give players the opportunity to leave

Mostafa Amin, a member of the Aswan Club’s board of directors and supervisor of the football sector, confirmed that the club did not receive official offers from Zamalek regarding any of the team’s players, and Amin said in statements to the “Be On Time” program: We did not receive any offers from Zamalek or any other club. , to include any player and all that is being raised are just rumors.

He added: If the players benefit the club and are responsible, we will not stand in front of their desires to leave for other clubs at the end of the season, and this is what happened last season when we sold deals worth 22 million pounds.

He continued: If we stay in the league, we will sell everyone who receives offers, but if we go down, it will be difficult for the players and for us, and we will not give up on any player.

Aswan's results in the league matches clearly declined during the last rounds, to receive two consecutive defeats, the first against Al Ittihad of Alexandria and the second against Zamalek.

The technical staff of the Aswan team, led by Alaa Abdel Aal, became in trouble after the 3-0 defeat against Zamalek in the 26th round match of the General League competition, which lost the people of the South three precious points in the struggle to stay in the league.

Aswan occupies the 15th place in the general league competition with 24 points, which the sons of the South won after 25 games. Aswan won 6 matches, drew in the same and lost 13 other matches. Aswan players scored 19 goals and conceded 40 goals.