CAIRO: Goalkeeper Essam Al-Hadari said he would not play any game with Ismaili unless they fulfill their financial obligations towards him.
Ismaili owes me LE 750,000. They should have paid me the money on Jan. 1, Al-Hadari told Modern Sport on Sunday.
I will take part in training normally but I will not play any competitive game until this matter is over.
The Egypt guardian, who played a key role in helping the Pharaohs win the African Cup of Nations earlier this year, has been seeking to leave Ismaili since the January transfer window.
Ismaili opted to keep hold of him though, rejecting two offers from Sudanese giants Merreikh and English second-division side Watford to acquire his services.
Brazilian outfit Palmeiras was also alleged to have tabled an offer to sign him but Ismaili said they were deceived by an agent.
Al-Hadari, who joined the coastal club from Swiss side Sion last summer, is still holding out for another opportunity in European football.
The player is considering taking a legal action against Ismaili, an Ismaili source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told FilGoal.com earlier on Saturday.
He wants to be given his dues before the end of March.
Al-Hadari might eventually make an attempt to have his contract annulled if Ismaili declines to pay him off.