Several Arab clubs are closely monitoring Youcef Belaïli’s situation in the French league with Stade Brestois. Announced leaving at the end of the season, the international striker is not short of offers. The Egyptian club, Zamalek, is getting involved and wants to offer the player during the next summer transfer window.
Having joined Stade Brestois during the last winter transfer window, Youcef Belaïli had the ambition to give another impetus to his career, but he was not up to it, often being the author of timid performances and sometimes completely next to the plaque. This opened the doors to speculation about a possible departure from the French club at the end of the season.
Admittedly, the left winger of the national team provided a first-class performance in the last match in Ligue 1 Uber Eats, where he was also the architect of his team’s precious victory by scoring the only goal, but the fact remains that its future is still in the dark. If he wants to be entitled to a new contract at the end of the season and thus stay in the French league, he will have to continue to chain good performances.
More Arab clubs follow closely the situation of the Oranais in his club. While the player is announced as leaving, some of them did not hesitate to establish contact with him in order to convince him to come from next summer, citing, among other things, the Qatari club Al-Gharafah.
The Zamalek returns to the race to afford the player
Obviously, Youcef Belaïli has no shortage of offers. Several clubs made eyes at him even before the start of the transfer period. The latest news, we learned that Zamalek is back in the race to hire the Algerian international.
According to the Egyptian media, we learn that Zamalek officials have contacted the player in question and have even started negotiations with him. They should make him an attractive offer in order to convince him to join their club from the next summer transfer window.
One thing is certain, Belaïli will do his best to stay in France or get another professional contract in another European club. Even if he decides to opt for an Arab club to bounce back and thus relaunch his career, he should probably return to the Qatari league. In short, it is in the coming weeks that the future of Fennec will be sealed, everything depends on the performances he will produce with Stade Brestois for the rest of the season.