Former Al Ahly midfielder Saleh Gomaa has formally recovered from COVID-19 after the closing swab test taken on Tuesday gave a poor result, according to his agent.
Gomaa contacted coronavirus a week before Al Ahly’s CAF Champions League game against Zamalek after his check returned a a
The Red Devils announced two days ago that they have parted ways with Gomaa after terminating his contract by way of mutual consent.
The 27-year-old’s agent met with Al Ahly’s footballing director Sayed Abdelhafiz on Monday and decided that his time with the Cairo giants has come to an end.
Gomaa’s agent, Abdelrahman Magdy, announced that the Egypt international tested negative for coronavirus following his most current test.
Gomaa joined Al Ahly from ENPPI in 2015 as a 22-year-old when he was once one of the most sought-after youngsters in Egypt.
During his time with Al Ahly, he made 72 appearances, scoring 12 goals whilst offering thirteen assists, lifting eight trophies with the Red Devils.
The 27-year midfielder on Thursday completed a move to Egypt Premier League newcomers Ceramica Cleopatra FC.