The Board of Directors of Zamalek Club, headed by Hussein Labib, announced that it had received the amount of the fine owed to Mahmoud Abdel Moneim Kahraba, the former team player, which amounts to approximately 2.5 million dollars.

The Zamalek Club Board of Directors stressed in a statement that the file would be completely closed and the case closed, after receiving the full fine amount in the club’s official account on Thursday.

Zamalek explained in its statement that it will contact the International Federation (FIFA) and the International Sports Court, to notify them of the player’s payment of the fine owed to the Zamalek Club.

Thus, Kahraba’s crisis with Zamalek Club has ended and the player is no longer threatened with suspension.

Kahraba (28 years old) left Zamalek, despite having a contract with them, in the summer of 2019, and moved to the Portuguese club Desportivo Avec.

Kahraba later joined Al-Ahly after terminating his contract with the Portuguese club in January 2020.