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Cisse wants out of Egypt



Zamalek attacker Abdoulaye Cisse has revealed that he has an offer from UAE side Dibba Al Fujairah and that he wants to leave Egypt next January.

Cisse joined to Zamalek last summer after ending his contract with Al Masry.

“ I have many offers the most serious from Dibba Al Fujairah of UAE and I want to leave , I have talked with coach Jorvan Vieira and he has given me approval to leave” Cisse told supersport.com.

”When I came to Zamalek I was on the national team of Burkina Faso and now I am out , I want to get back again and play for my country and nothat will not happen with Zamalek” he added.

“ My agent will talk with the Zamalek board to obtain approval to leave during the next transfer window”.

Meanwhile Zamalek head coach Jorvan Vieira confirmed the sam to supersport.com and said “ I gave Cisse approval to leave , we don’t have league and we don’t know when it will be back. Plus he does not want to stay and I can’t force him to stay”.

Zamalek’s board now faces a sticky situation as they will need Cisse If they plan to progress in he African Champions League next February.

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