CAIRO: Iraq striker Emad Mohamed offered $250,000 in order to buy out the remainder of his contract with Zamalek.
The 28-year-old decided to end his spell with the Cairo club, citing his failure to adapt to lifestyle in the Egyptian capital as the reason.
"We made a $250,000 to Zamalek via marketing director Ashraf Sobhi and we are waiting for a reply," Emad’s agent Salem Mohamed told FilGoal.com.
Emad joined the Whites’ forces on a free transfer from Iran’s Sepahan Esfahan in the summer and was tipped to shine by manager Hossam Hassan.
But he struggled to establish his first-team place with Zamalek, before announcing his desire to leave.