CAIRO: Ismaili chairman Nasr Aboul-Hassan said that the club will no longer try to persuade Mohamed Fadl to stay with the team.
The striker s contract with the Dervishes will expire in weeks, and Aboul-Hassan has been trying for months to convince him of signing a new contract.
We have offered him the highest deal we can afford and that s the best we can do, Aboul-Hassan told FilGoal.com.
Ismaili has a strict financial policy based on our resources. We can t exceed it for the sake of any player.
It is reported that Fadl demanded a yearly wage of L.E. 2 million.
Our highest paid player Omar Gamal earns L.E. 1.3 million. We offered Fadl the same and we won t top that, Aboul-Hassan added.