A source inside Al-Ahly Club revealed that his club decided to hold a huge celebration to honor the Nigerian Junior Ajay, the team’s player, if the contract was terminated between the two parties and the player did not move to Zamalek or Pyramids, in honor of the efforts of the Nigerian Eagle for five years in the Red Castle.
And the source said in exclusive statements to “The Seventh Day”: “Al-Ahly believes that Ajay is a player who made history with the Red Castle for 5 years and intends to hold a party that is not simple but huge at the club’s headquarters to honor the player in a manner worthy of his contributions to the team over the past period if the two parties agree to terminate the contract in a manner Friendly and the player is away from moving to Zamalek or Pyramids.”
Al-Ahly announced the inclusion of a foreign duo for the next season, Louis Mickison from Simba and Percy Tao from Brighton, and Al-Ahly currently owns 6 foreign players, who are Ali Maaloul, Aliou Diang, Badr Bannon, Junior Ajayi, Louis Mickison, and Percy Tao, while Walter was loaned Bwalya Malatyaspor, Turkey.
Al-Ahly needs to get rid of a foreign player before the start of the next season, as the registration list for the league in the next season allows the registration of 5 foreign players, with the Palestinian player being treated as an Egyptian player.
Al-Ahly is studying placing Ajay on the waiting list in the event that a final decision regarding the player’s future is not reached before the summer registration door is closed.
Junior Ajayi has moved away from his level since his return from injury, which made him outside the accounts of South African Pitso Musimani, during the Al-Ahly team’s recent matches, preferring to push Mahmoud Kahraba and Taher Mohamed Taher over the Nigerian.
In total, Ajay played with Al-Ahly 161 games in all tournaments, with a total of 11304 minutes, he scored 41 goals, made 30 goals and received 14 warnings, and with Al-Ahly he won 4 league championships, two Egypt Cup championships and two local super championships, in addition to winning the African Champions League twice and the bronze of the Club World Cup and the African Super.