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Saudi League News Today: A move and good news to add Marcelo to Al Hilal

Saudi League News Today: A move and good news to add Marcelo to Al Hilal

Today, Sunday, June 19, 2022, learn about the news of the Saudi League in the Summer Exchange Market 2022, and what are the latest news from Saudi clubs in Mercado?

It has become a magnet for football fans from the sea to the Gulf, even during the break and transfer market, as the Saudi league has grown in recent years and topped the leagues in the Arab region and Asia. .

In recent years Prince Mohammed bin Salman has joined the list of many strong names in the Cup League, most notably Saudi al-Hilal’s two stars, Musa Marika and Gomis, as well as Ever Paneka, the young star, Al Ittihad’s defender Ahmed Hekasi, and Anderson Taliska in Al Nasser.

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Before the start of the summer transfer market 2022, Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s news of the moves of Saudi clubs in Mercado, which has not yet been launched, is scattered as there are many strong names associated daily with the Cup League clubs.

In the following lines, today, Sunday, June 19, we will learn about the latest transfers of the Saudi League in the 2022 Summer Exchange Market 2022.

Today, Sunday, June 19, 2022 Saudi League Exchange News:

The Spanish newspaper “Elconfidential” revealed that the former Real Madrid star, Brazilian Marcelo, has a number of offers from various clubs.

The newspaper confirmed that Marcelo is excited to continue in the stadiums and that he already has offers from Spain, as well as offers from Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

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The Spanish newspaper has not yet released the identity of the clubs that want to sign Marcelo. (See for more details)

Al-Adala Club has announced the signing of Colombian Renault Lens to lead the team’s attacking line-up for the 2022-23 season.

Linis is considered to be the first contract signed by the Al-Adalah club since Prince Mohammed bin Salman entered the Professional Cup League.

This is the first time Linz has enjoyed the Arab experience since playing with Argentina’s Bonfield, Chile University, and the last time he played with Leonikos in the Greek League.

After the return of Salman Al-Faraj, Mohammed Al-Puraik and Zhang Hyun Soo to team training, the training of the Al Hilal Club on Sunday saw good news for “Saim” fans.

Al Hilal is preparing to face al-Fateh in the twenty-ninth round of the Saudi Professional League and needs all its players in the last meters of the tournament.

Al Hilal returned to training after winning a friendly against Al Shabaab after being given a 24-hour break by Argentine coach Ramon Diaz.

According to the Saudi “Kura” website, talks in the Saudi League of Nigerian striker John Ibuka’s Egyptian club NP have seen new developments over the past few hours.

According to the report, Enppi, one of the sources close to the player, is asking for two million US dollars in exchange for allowing his Nigerian star to leave.

Ibuka is asking up to $ 500,000 worth of the first season in his contract.

The report did not disclose the Saudi club’s interest in obtaining Ibuka’s services, but indicated that there were Egyptian clubs interested in including Nigerians led by al-Ahly and Jamalek.

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The Saudi newspaper “Al-Riyadia” confirmed that the Abba club was examining the offers made to Tunisian captain Chad Bagh in preparation for its sale.

Aba received offers from two Emirati clubs and a Qatari club to receive Baqir services.

According to the report, Aba did not mind the transfer of the player, especially if his contract is extended until 2025, especially if Baqir receives a suitable offer to offer the team.

The Saudi youth team won the AFC U-23 trophy 2-0 in the final against host Uzbekistan.

Thus, the Saudi team won the championship for the first time in its history, after finishing second twice against Iraq and South Korea respectively in the 2013 and 2020 editions. (See more details)