Pyramids announced that Mohamed Magdy Afsha, the playmaker of the team, is not for sale and is not compromised.

The name Afsha was linked to the past period by leaving the club and going to Zamalek in a reciprocal deal because Turki Al-Sheikh wanted to strengthen pyramids with players from Zamalek.

Al-Sheikh said in televised comments after Zamalek and Pyramids had signed three goals, each for his wish to include Abdullah Gomaa, Tarek Hamed or Mahmoud Abdel Aziz against Amr Mari and Mohamed Hamdi.

The official report of Pyramides published a photo of Afsha stating: "Afsha is not for sale and will not exaggerate the club."

He played 18 games with pyramids this season and scored 6 goals and 7 assists.

Afshah moved to Pyramids from Enppi last summer.

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