Bidvest Wits’ Egyptian striker Amr Gamal is set to leave the South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) side to seek regular game time in Finland.
El-Qeiy has assured that the club is co-operating with the Braamfontein-based player for him to complete his move to Finnish outfit HJK Helsinki.
Gamal, a product of Ahly’s youth team completed a season-long loan move to the reigning PSL champions last year.
“We’re helping Amr Gamal to complete his move to HJK Helsinki,” El-Qeiy said to KingFut.
“He expressed his dissatisfaction to his manager which created a
gap between the two and led to his exclusion, that’s why he wants to leave to be able to join the Egyptian national team,” he added.
“Helsinki want to sign Gamal with an option to buy and are willing to pay the needed fees when they decide to permanently sign him,” continued El-Qeiy.
“The competition in Finland starts in March, we don’t have a problem to postpone his return to the club to August,” he concluded.