The Al-Hilal Saudi Club has settled the team’s first summer deals to strengthen the team’s ranks and prepare for the next 2023-2024 sporting season.
It is worth noting that Al-Hilal were not allowed to sign contracts in the summer of 2022 and January 2023, as was the case with Mohamed Kno, the first-team midfielder.
Knoh signed with Al-Nasr of Saudi Arabia last January to join him at the end of the season after his contract with Blue Castle ended.
But what happened after that. The player extended the contract with Al-Hilal, so Al-Alami filed a formal complaint, accusing him of signing a contract for two clubs at once, which violates the rules and laws.
Al-Hilal signs first summer deals
Sports journalist Ghaith Al-Omari indirectly reported on the transfer of Argentine star Ever Banega, a midfielder for Al Shabab, to Al Hilal next summer on the Mercato.
Al-Omari tweeted through his official account on the microblogging site Twitter, highlighting the extent of the anger of the Al-Shabab fans, especially after the AFC Champions League farewell after the defeat to Al-Duhail. Qatar, two goals to one.
Al-Omari said: “The fans of the Al-Shabab club have appealed to the management of Khaled Al-Baltan with a request to terminate the contract of the first star of the team,” referring to Ever Banega.
Al-Omari said that the youth club’s management is going to sell the player’s contract to the Al-Hilal club, in a deal with Nigerian Odion Ighalo, the team’s former striker, to get out of the financial crisis.
It is worth noting that Ighalo’s contract was previously sold in January 2022 to Al-Hilal for more than “30 million Saudi Riyals”, with the player waiving late fees.