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Razak Omotoyossi has asked the Egyptian Football Association to annul his contract with Zamalek immediately .

Zamalek board member confirmed this to supersport.com and said “ the Egyptian Football association notified us that the player wants to end his contract for many reasons he mentioned through his agent”.

”However we will not end the contract. Things have returned to normal in Egyptian football and he can play just like his foreign team mates and we will continue to fine him”.

“ We will wait for him as we will play this month in the African Champions League where we still need his services”.

Razak had trails at a German club last month which failed. However his agent said “ my player has other offers from Europe and from the Arabian Gulf as well and we want to go.”

The 28 year old from Benin joined Zamalek last season before the league was suspended after Port Saied disaster.



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