Musli Al Muammar, president of Saudi Arabian club Al-Nasr, has made a firm decision in the case of striker Abdul-Razzaq Hamdallah, who currently plays for Al-Ittihad Jeddah.
It is worth noting that Al-Nasr is linked to the Hamdallah case after the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) decided that the Moroccan player was entitled to 5 million euros after Al-Alami’s administration unilaterally terminated the player’s contract.
Al-Muammar has filed an appeal with the Court of Sport against FIFA’s decision due to his waiver of the financial penalty.
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And a sports journalist from Saudi Al-Sarami reported that Al-Alami’s leadership had already begun friendly negotiations to resolve the issue of the Al-Ittihad striker.
Al-Sarami added: “The Al-Nasr administration has entered into friendly negotiations with Hamdallah’s brother to close the pending case with FIFA, especially since they do not want to go to the CAS court.”