The management of Saudi Al-Ittihad Club has fulfilled all the requirements to obtain a certificate of financial eligibility during the summer registration period, giving it the right to register the professional players it signed this year, led by former Egyptian Zamalek player Tariq. Hamed.
The Saudi newspaper, “Al-Riyadiya”, reported today, “Sunday”, that the federation administration has fulfilled all the outstanding salary and previous late arrears requirements for some local and foreign players, the file will be submitted. Financial Performance Committee in the middle of this week.
A certificate of financial capacity allows clubs to register, while defaulting on any contracts prevents a club from fulfilling its obligations.
Notably, Al-Ittihad signed Egyptian Tariq Hamed from Zamalek on a free transfer deal, and retained Angolan Helder Costa from English club Leeds United for a season and Ahmed Sharahili from Al-Shabaab, and Zakaria Hawsawi, six foreigners who defended their colors during the season. kept
Ahead of the start of the Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Professional League at the end of August, 12 of the 16 clubs are trying to pay all the financial requirements in order to reach financial viability.
Al-Ittihad and Al-Nasr are the most Saudi Arabian clubs to pay their financial obligations after Al-Ahli, who were relegated to the Yellow League “first class”.
Al-Ittihad management had to pay about 42 million Riyals, while Al-Nasr had to pay about 36 million Riyals to obtain qualification certificates and register new players.
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