Talisca’s Future Hangs in the Balance after Saudi Victory

    Saudi club Al-Nasr, led by Musli Al-Muammar, have made a tough decision regarding the future of Brazilian star Anderson Taliski, the team’s player, especially after Turkish side Besiktas are interested in signing him in the coming period.

    It is worth noting that Al-Nasr is preparing to face trial in the near future, as part of the 22nd round of the Saudi Roshan League.

    Saudi Victory makes tough decision about Talisca’s future

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    Saudi victory

    And according to the Sonsoz newspaper, the leadership of the Saudi team agreed to raise Talisk’s salary by 50%.

    The source stressed that the salary of the new Talisk will rise to 12 million euros annually instead of 8 million euros.

    And reports have confirmed that Al-Alami has barred the way for 4 clubs wishing to include the Brazilian star.

    On the other hand, the same source confirmed that Taliska had agreed to stay with the Saudi national team until 2027.

    Saudi Victory makes tough decision about Talisca's future

    The Brazilian was able to score 14 goals in the ranking of the top scorers in the Saudi Roshan League, losing to Abdul Razzak Hamdallah, a player of Jeddah Union.

    And Taliska joined Al-Alami in the summer of 2021 at Mercato as part of a free transfer deal.

    The Brazilian star has made 51 appearances with the Saudi club in all competitions so far and has managed to score 37 goals and provide 4 assists, according to the Transfer Market website.

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