Syrian star Omar Al-Soma has decided on his position on his return to the ranks of the team Ahli Saudi Arabia again during the next summer transfers.
The Syrian player was loaned out to Qatari side Al Arabi for one year after Al Ahli Jeddah were relegated to the Yellow First Division following the current season’s competition.
Al-Ahly Jeddah, led by South African coach Pitso Mosiman, former coach of Egyptian Al-Ahly, is on the verge of a return to competition in the Saudi Roshen League.
And according to what has been revealed by the Saudi Sports newspaper, the Syrian star welcomes the idea of returning to the ranks of his former team in case he moves up to the Roshen League in the upcoming summer Mercato.
Omar Al-Soma has decided on his position on his return to Al-Ahli next season
The newspaper confirmed: “Al-Ahly’s management has begun discussing the technical feasibility of returning Syrian internationals Omar and Macedonian Ezzan Aleska as the move was the first step if CAS upholds the FFA’s decision to prevent the Western club from registering with the for two consecutive periods as a result of non-payment of Jamaican dues by Louis Grabban, the team’s former striker.
And she explained: “If the suspension is lifted, there will be other directions for the administration, and the matter depends on the decision of Kass, and Al-Somah is waiting for a decision on his return.”