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Al Hilal Saudi Arabia offers $ 12 million deal with Paraguay Bruno Valdes


Release Date:
26 June 2022 5:01 GMT

Updated: June 26 2022 6:05 GMT

Al Hilal, the crown prince and current chairman of Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s professional football league, has approached the Mexican club Gianluca de Marcio, a trusted Italian journalist, to sign a contract with Bruno Valdes from Paraguay.

The journalist on the “Sky Sports” network said that the Al Hilal Club is very close to Bruno Valdes, a 1992-born Paraguayan defender who spent the last 6 seasons in the United States.

He explained that talks were underway between the two sides and that a meeting was scheduled on Sunday between the player’s agents in Madrid and Saudi club ambassadors to finalize the deal.

Waltz is an experienced international defender and is 30 years old. Before joining Club America, he played for Cerro Portino in Paraguay.

Al Hilal signed the player for about ten to 12 million dollars over four to five years, and the deal is expected to be settled soon.

Nigerian striker Odeon Igalo, the Al Hilal striker, is the leading scorer in the league with 22 goals, two more than Brazil’s Anderson Talisca, Al Nasr striker and Romarinho, Al Ittihad striker.

Also the Saudi Professional League will place two copies of the Championship Cup simultaneously in Riyadh and Jeddah, in anticipation of any situation in the final round of the exciting season on Monday, which will be equal at Al Hilal and Al Etihad points. .

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Al-Hilal excels in a direct confrontation with al-Ittihad, who, after gaining a large lead in the final rounds, must defeat al-Hilal, his guest al-Faisali, in Riyadh to win the title. This is the third time in a row that al-Ittihad has not seen the end with al-Patin in Jeddah.

Al-Hilal’s task will not be easy as two key defenders, Ali al-Bulehi and South Korea’s Zhang Hyun-soo, are in danger of being interrupted by midfielder Gustavo Kuller and his rival al-Faisali. To be expelled and to succeed in survival.

Al-Hilal lost the title twice on the final day, for the first time in the 2008-2009 season, in the professional era, when al-Ittihad reached his last title in the tournament, in favor of al-Qaeda in 2018-2019. Nasser. In the last round of the 2017-2018 season he won the title of “leader” once at the expense of al-Ahly.

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