Former coach Ahmed Moawad revealed to technical team Hossam Al-Badri that he had asked for five strong agreements to strengthen Al Ahmar before the start of the season.
Moawad stressed that the technical staff led by Hossam Al-Badri intended to plan to build a new team that was strong but not completed.
"We have asked for a number of players, but they have moved to other clubs, especially the Tri-Pyramid," Moawad said as he hosted on On Sport.
"We plan to include Mohammed Hamdi from Egypt, Mohamed Magdy Afshah from Enppi and Ali Gabr after returning from experience of professionalism in the English Premier League."
The three have moved to the club, which has been led by Badri since the start of the season.
"There are also strong thoughts in the recovery of the Ramadan Sobhi duo and Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet."
Trezeguet stayed with Kasim Pasha, while Ramadan moved from Stoke City to Huddersfield Town last summer.
"We also put up another name," said Sayed Mouawad. "There are plans to build a new team that has not been completed."
The technical team resigned under the leadership of Hossam Al-Badri last July and took over the technical director of the Pyramid club.
Speaking of Saleh Juma, which is expected to be re-registered in January, Moawad said: "Saleh is a great player and has tremendous potential, but he must take advantage of what happened during the last period."
He concluded: "Saleh Juma must prove that he is an important player and committed and deserves that opportunity, and if he does not take advantage of it, he must immediately leave the ranks of Experts"
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