Find out about the Saudi League news today, Sunday 19th June 2022, at the 2022 Summer Transfer Market, and what’s the latest from Saudi clubs in the Mercato?
With the development of the Saudi League in recent years and its presence at the top of the leagues in the Arab region and Asia, it has become a magnet for football followers from the ocean to the Gulf, even during the intermissions and the transfer market.
Many strong names have joined the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Cup League in recent years, most notably Musa Mariga and Gomis, the two stars of Saudi Al Hilal, as well as Ever Banega, the youth star, Ahmed Hegazy, defender of Al Ittihad, and Anderson Talisca in Al Nasr.
The schedule of the matches of the Saudi League 2022, the transmission channels and the standings
Before the start of the 2022 summer transfer market, news is spreading about the moves of Saudi clubs in the Mercato, which have not yet started, as there are many strong names associated with the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Cup League clubs on a daily basis.
In the following lines, we learn about the Saudi League’s latest transfers today, Sunday, June 19, 2022, in the 2022 Summer Transfer Market.
Saudi League transfer news today, Sunday, June 19, 2022:
The Spanish newspaper “elconfidencial” revealed that former Real Madrid star Brazilian Marcelo has a number of offers from various clubs.
The newspaper confirmed that Marcelo is eager to continue in the stadiums, and he already has offers from Spain, as well as offers from Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
The Spanish newspaper has not disclosed the identities of the clubs currently seeking to sign Marcelo. (See for more details)
Al-Adala Club announced the signing of Colombian Reinaldo Lenes, who will lead the team’s offensive line in the 2022-23 season.
Linis is considered to be the first deal the Al-Adala Club signed after joining the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Professional Cup League.
This will be the first time Linis has had an Arab experience, having played with Argentina’s Banfield, Chile’s Universidad, and his last stop in the Greek league was with Leonikos.
The Al Hilal club training on Sunday was good news for the “Zaeem” fans, after Salman Al-Faraj, Muhammad Al-Buraik and Jang Hyun Soo returned to the group training.
Al Hilal is preparing for Al-Fateh in the twenty-ninth round of the Saudi Professional League and will need all his players in the final meters of the competition.
Al Hilal returned to training after Argentine coach Ramon Diaz gave them a 24-hour break after winning a friendly against Al Shabab.
According to the Saudi “Kooora” website, Egypt club Enppi’s Nigerian striker John Ibuka’s negotiations with the Saudi League have sparked new developments in recent hours.
According to the report, Enppi, one of the sources close to the player, is asking for two million dollars in exchange for letting his Nigerian star leave.
Ibuka asks for the value of the first season in his contract, up to $500,000.
The report did not reveal that the Saudi club was interested in taking over Ibuca’s services, but it did indicate that there are Egyptian clubs interested in taking on the Nigerian, led by Al-Ahly and Zamalek.
Saudi newspaper “Al-Riyadia” confirmed that Abha Club is studying the offers to Tunisian team captain, Saad Baqir, in preparation for the sale.
Abha received offers from two Emirati clubs and a Qatari club to obtain Bakir’s services.
According to the report, Abha will not mind the player’s transfer if he gets an offer that is in line with what Bakir is offering to the team, especially as his contract runs until 2025.
The Saudi youth team won the AFC U-23 Cup, after winning its final match against host Uzbekistan 2-0.
For example, the Saudi team crowned the championship for the first time in its history, after having been second twice in the 2013 and 2020 editions, against Iraq and South Korea respectively. (See for more details)