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The Tigris refuses to discuss offers to sell its players due to the relegation situation

The management of Wadi Degla Club refused to discuss offers to sell the team's players to the Premier League clubs due to the team's tense situation after entering the conflict zone for relegation this season.

A source in Wadi Degla Club told "The Seventh Day" that a large number of young players received offers from large teams in the league, but the administration refused to discuss them so that the players would not lose their focus during the sensitive period that the Tigris is experiencing this season.

The source added: “It is not in our interest now to talk about offers and players’ departure, we play on one goal, which is to stay in the league, and we hope that the players will be as confident in the coming period.”

The Tigris players have long contracts with the club, and the only player whose contract expires at the end of this season is Salah Amin, the team's striker.

Abdel Baqi Gamal, coach of the Wadi Degla team, reassured the team's defender Mahmoud Marei's readiness for the El Gouna match scheduled for June 22 in the 26th round of the Premier League this season.

Jamal asked the team's medical staff to quickly prepare the player after he was absent in the last period due to his suffering from a strain in the back muscle that inflicted him, provided that the player is ready for group training before the league resumes.

Marei represents a strong addition to the team in the line of defense, as he was one of the main pillars of the Olympic team with Shawky Gharib, but the latter was forced to exclude him from the current camp in preparation for the South African club due to lack of readiness.