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Al Ahli Tripoli woos Hossam Al Badry



The Libyan side Al Ahli Tripoli is interested in Al Ahly coach Hossam Al Badry to lead their team next season supersport has been informed.

Al Badry's contract with the Cairo based club will expire at the end of next month.

Sources told supersport.com that the Libyan side wants the services of Al Ahly coach and they offered him one million dollars (USD) for every season.

The Libyan side held their prepation camp in Cairo to make negotiations between them and Al Badry easier.

Al Ahly coach had hinted last week that he may leave the team after the end of his contract especially if the board did not support the team with good players during the next transfer window.

Al Badry refused to talk about the development saying " it is normal for me to have offers from the Egyptians and foreign clubs".

Al Ahly prepares now for their match against Bizertin of Tunisia in the African Champions League on April 21.

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