Former Al Ahly forward Junior Ajayi revealed the truth behind the rumors indicating a possible return to Egypt through Zamalek.

After five years, Ajayi’s journey with Al Ahly ended after the club decided to terminate his contract at the end of last year.

The 36 Lion graduate spent five years with Al Ahly, winning multiple major trophies with the club before his journey with the Reds came to end in 2021.

After his departure, Ajayi joined Libyan side Al-Nasr as he signed a contract that ends by the end of this year.

Speaking about his future, Ajayi addressed the rumors of Zamalek negotiations while also touching on multiple other topics.

“I watched all Al Ahly games in the CAF Champions League including ES Setif matches,” Ajayi said.

“Al Ahly play the same way at home and away. We played in Morocco before and I think the Champions League final taking place there is an advantage.

“I think Al Ahly will win the third consecutive title, it wouldn’t be a surprise. They have a great team.

“I still have six months until my contract expires, I’ll think about my future after that.

“Negotiations with Zamalek are nothing but rumors. I have agents that talk to me about a possible return to Egypt but I am focused on my team right now.

“If Zamalek contact me I might say no, but who knows, nothing is certain. I will choose the best for me, I want to play at the top level.”

Ajayi lists Shooting Stars and Xfaxien as his former clubs.

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