Zamalek officials pledged to approve the departure of Mohamed Abou Gabal, the current goalkeeper in January, to compensate the millions paid by the White Club in bringing him from Smouha earlier this season, where the transfer of Abu Jabal to the White Castle, the club's treasury, cost LE 13 million. Al-Abyad will seek compensation if the goalkeeper continues his search for offers to leave mainly to participate in the next transfer window.

Zamalek officials are also contemplating the departure of Abu Jabal as Mahmoud Jensh arrives for full readiness at the start of next season. In this case, the whole team will be presented to Serbian coach Miecho to decide the fate of the matter, especially as Abu Jabal is on the team list in the African Champions League while it was enough Jensh was placed on the local list after suffering a cut in the Achilles tendon with the national team before recovering from that injury.

Abu Jabal has received a number of offers during the recent period to leave Zamalek, including Enppi negotiations on joining the team in light of his distance from the white castle, but the goalkeeper in the end preferred to concentrate with his club during the current time, pending the January transfer to resolve his position, especially that he may get The opportunity to participate in the coming period, despite the difficulty of competition in this position, which depends on the white technical staff Ali Mohammed Awad mainly besides the entry of the rising goalkeeper Mohammed Sobhi technical accounts after his brilliance after participating as a replacement for Awad when he suffered a neck injury in the recent meeting African champions have become so white officials have no worries about this position, especially with the return of Jensh also in the coming period, which makes the team has a group of distinguished guards.

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