Daniel Afriyie Barnieh and Tunisian attacker Mohamed Al-Dhawi are in talks with Egyptian top club Al Ahly about a potential move.
Today, on Thursday, a club source at Al-Ahly reported that the club's management had begun talks with the striking duo of Ghanaian Hearts of Oak striker Daniel Avri and Tunisian coastal sports star Mohamed Al-Dhawi.
The Swiss Marcel Koehler, head coach of the Al-Ahly club squad, called for this action to be taken in order to help the team in light of their participation in the Club World Cup, which will be hosted in Morocco.
The teenage duo, Daniel Afriyie Barnieh and Muhammad Al-Dhawi, are the subject of discussions, according to the source, who made the claims through "Yalla Koura" on Thursday. El-Dawy, on the other hand, participated in the ranks of the Tunisian Olympic team at the most recent World Cup, which was played in Qatar.
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