Ghana international Samuel Kyere claims he has received an offer to move to Zamalek in January.
The Arab Contractors midfielder added that there's another foreign offer on the cards, stressing that he'd rather play abroad than join Zamalek.
The former Berekum Arsenals player made his Black Stars debut last Wednesday against Tunisia in an international friendly.
"I want to leave the club comes January's transfer window. There's a release clause in my contract, that allows me to leave anytime if I pay the club a certain fee," Kyere told FilGoal.com.
Meanwhile, Contractors coach Mohamed Radwan confirmed that Kyere can't leave the club before the end of the season.
"Kyere's contract states that he can't use the clause before spending two years at the club, and he's only been with us for no more than 18 months," Radwan said.
The 25-year-old, who joined the Wolves in the summer of 2007, is currently the club's second top scorer in the league with three goals, one less than Reda Al-Weeshi.
Contractors are currently standing ninth in the league with 15 points.
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