Ittihad Jeddah Remains Firm on Deal to Sign Teen Star

    Today, Friday, there were press reports that officials from the Jeddah Federation have refused to back out of a deal to sign a player to Saudi Arabia’s Al Shabab first team football team during the current summer transfer period.

    The Tigers are keen to continue making lucrative deals during the current summer transfer period to help the team retain the Roshen Pro League title in Saudi Arabia and seriously challenge for the Asian Champions League title as well as the FIFA Club World Cup.

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    And the Saudi newspaper Al-Riyadiyah reported that the Jeddah Federation had submitted a new offer to sign Hassan Timbukti, a player in the Saudi Youth Club’s first football team, in light of the Brigadier’s administration’s desire to strengthen the defensive line. in the current summer transfer period.

    He added: “The Brigadier General’s administration is waiting for a response from youth officials on the second proposal they submitted after Al-Light officials rejected the first proposal that was submitted to include the player.

    And concluded: the first offer, which was rejected by the youth administration, was estimated at 50 million rials, and the tigers are working to increase the financial offer so that it is difficult to refuse.

    Hassan Timbukti
    Hassan Timbukti

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