Brazilian coach Ricardo Gomez has denied receiving calls from Al Ahli management over the leadership of the team during the coming period.
Press reports claimed that Al Ahli had reached an agreement with the Brazilian coach to lead the team to replace Martin Lasarte.
"I have not received calls from Al-Ahli officials," Ricardo Gomez told FilGoal.com.
"I am in Rio de Janeiro now, and I have things to work on."
"My son is my agent, he may have received contacts and can be asked about it."
FilGoal.com asked Diego Gomez, the agent and son of the Brazilian coach, about the fact that Al Ahli reached out to him.
But Diego Gomez told FilGoal.com: "Ahli did not talk to us."
"We received calls a month ago from agents offering us Zamalek training, but we did not receive any official contacts from the club at the time," the coach's lawyer and lawyer said.
However, "no official from Al-Ahli has contacted us in the past period, and no agent also spoke with us about the training of Al-Ahli.
Regarding the position of the Brazilian coach in the event of receiving an offer from Al-Ahly, Diego Gomez said: "Working in Egypt is not the first choice of Ricardo, he has other projects."
"We have offers from Brazil that we are studying at the moment, and if Al-Ahli cares about my father we can make an offer and talk about it and if the club has an ambitious project, we may change our thinking."
Ricardo, 54, took over as Paris Saint-Germain coach in 1996 for two years, winning the French Cup and the League Cup. He then worked with a number of big Brazilian clubs such as Flamengo, Vasco de Gama and Sao Paulo.
The Brazilian coach took Bordeaux for two terms, and Monaco but did not achieve more than the League Cup with Bordeaux in the first term.
Ricardo Gomez has a short Arab experience with Saudi victory in the 2017-2018 season but left after the first four rounds of the league and after the farewell to the Arab championship, which was held in Egypt from the first round with two losses from the Moroccan conquest 4-0 and Zamalek 2-1, and tied with the Lebanese Covenant -1.
During his coaching career, Gomez won no league tournament other than the second division in Brazil in 2015 with Botafogo.
Al-Ahly announced on Sunday through its official website that the committee for planning the ball in Al-Ahli club headed by Taha Ismail settled on three foreign coaches to choose between them and resolve the new foreign coach file, but it seems that Ricardo Gomez is not among them. (Read details)
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