Al Ahly director Amir Tawfik has commented on the future of midfielder Aliou Dieng, who has been linked with a move to Europe.
The 24-year-old has been a key figure for the Red Devils since joining the club from Algerian club MC Alger in 2019.
As such, Turkish Super Lig giants Galatasaray have been linked with a move for the Mali international, with the player starring for the Al Ahly over the past year.
Tawfik has now revealed that the CAF Champions League holders will be tempted to sell the star if a big offer came in.
"Dieng is a very important player in Al Ahly squad, he's staying with the team, the only case where he would leave is if we receive a very tempting offer. That also applies to all Al Ahly squad members," he said, according to KingFut.
"We also modified Akram Tawfik's contract at the start of the season, he's an important player and he's staying with the team until the end of his contract in four years.
"Same goes for Mohamed Sherif, he's staying as well, he's achieved a lot with the team in the past year and a half."
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