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Football | Egypt

Emad Moteab © Action Images

Lierse woos Emad Moteab



p>Nader Shawky the agent of Al Ahly striker Emad Moteab has revealed that his player has a firm offer from the Belgium side Lierse.

Shawky told supersport.com that the Al Ahly striker has had many offers to leave the team and the most serious coming from Lierse.

”Moteab will leave Al Ahly soon many Arabian clubs want his service as well as Lierse and he wants to play for the Belgian side” Shawky said to supersport.com.

“ Hani Ramzy the Egyptian coach of Lierse knows Emad and he wants him on the team , we will talk with Al Ahly and hope they let him go” he added.

Lierse is owned by the Egyptian businessman Maged Sami and they have many Egyptians players like Ahmed Samir , Dodo El Gabas and Ahmed Saied.

The attacker was born in 1983 and has been with Al Ahly since he ended his loan from Ittihad Jeddah of KSA in 2009.

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