Books – Amr Salama:
The French Amiens team, for which the Senegalese Aliou Badji, loaned from Al-Ahly ranks, plays, tied with Grenoble in the match between the two teams during the 36th round of the French second division.
The first goal in the match came through Ikleel Anani in the 39th minute, while Amiens equalized by Aliou Badji in the 65th minute, the player loaned from Al-Ahly club.
Aliou Badji continues in the state of brilliance he has witnessed since the beginning of the season, after he reached his 12th goal, in addition to his contribution to four assists in 23 games.
Al-Ahly club loaned Badji during the last summer transfer period, after buying South African Percy Tau and Mozambican Mikisoni from Brighton and Simba of Tanzania.
Musimani became required to leave Badji to register the new foreign duo in the presence of Ali Maaloul, Aliou Diang and Badr Banon, where each team has the right to register five foreigners.
Despite the start of Percy Tau with Al-Ahly in the first rounds of the Egyptian We League competition, the South African received many criticisms, in light of the decline in his level locally and continentally, despite his purchase of nearly 2 million euros.
As for Michisoni, it has not yet provided the required level of it, as Pitso Mosimane does not rely on it, according to the figures, for which nearly 850,000 euros were paid.
According to Percy Tau’s numbers, the latter participated in 20 games with the Red Genie, 14 of them in the league and seven games in the Champions League this season, with 953 minutes in the league and 476 in the Champions League.
The former Sundowns star, who comes from Brighton, scored five goals and did not make any assists, while he scored one goal in the Champions League and made two assists.
The bad numbers continue with Al-Ahly’s foreign strikers, as Michisoni participated in 13 league matches, 665 minutes, and one match as a substitute in the African Champions League, playing only six minutes.
The Mozambican international, during his league matches, scored three goals and made only a crucial pass, while in Africa he could not score or assist any goal.
By comparing the numbers of Badji and the duo of Tao and Miccione, the Senegalese striker was able to present his credentials in France, which made him a candidate to continue either with Amiens.
And a source revealed to “Yalla Koura” earlier, that there are friendly contacts between the French club and the Al-Ahly administration in order to activate the item of buying Badji once and for all.
Al-Ahly is entitled to one million and 800 thousand dollars if Amiens decides to buy the Senegalese striker, who is outside the accounts of Pitso Mosimane.