Find out about the Saudi League news today, Wednesday 15 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, Wednesday, June 15, 2022, in the 2022 Summer Transfer Market.
Saudi League transfer news today, Wednesday 15 June 2022:
French newspaper L’Equipe announced that Tunisian Wahbi Khazri, a player for French club Saint-Etienne, had turned down a tempting offer to move to Al-Nasr.
Al-Khazri’s contract with Saint-Etienne expires on June 30, 2022 and so Al-Nassr tried to make a big offer in an effort to include him in the ranks of “Al-Alame”.
The French newspaper confirmed that Khazri rejected the idea at the moment and preferred to continue in France, where he has offers from the Lille, Nice and Marseille clubs.
The Saudi newspaper “Al-Riyadia” revealed that the injury suffered by Algerian Algerian Al-Fateh team player Sofiane Ben Dabbka while participating in his country’s national team prevented him from training his team for the next two weeks. will make you miss. †
The newspaper confirmed that the medical staff of Al-Fateh Club is awaiting the report on the injury of Peruvian playmaker Christian Cueva, who was injured while playing with the Peruvian national team against Australia in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. -from.
It also appears that Moroccan Mourad Patna’s participation in the final two games of the Saudi Professional League season is subject to the medical report, which is likely to be released at a later date.
Club Al-Raed announced through its official account on the social networking site “Twitter” the termination of the contract of the Spanish goalkeeper Yago Herren by mutual consent.
And Al-Raed’s statement said: “The medical examinations that the Spanish goalkeeper Yago Herreen underwent showed that the right foot injury that the player sustained a few days ago needs a treatment period of several days, and therefore the player should not can participate in the next two matches against my team Al-Ahly and Abha in the Saudi League.
He concluded: “After the conversation with Hereren, it was decided to terminate his contract by mutual consent. The club management thanked the goalkeeper for what he had done in the past period.”
Al-Taawon Club received some bad news after it was revealed that Yazeed Al-Bakr, the team’s player, had severed the cruciate ligament in his right knee.
Al-Bakr was injured during Al-Taawoun’s training as the team prepared for the final two rounds of the Saudi Professional League.
It is planned that Yazid Al-Bakr will undergo a surgical procedure, the date of which will be determined later, and then the rehabilitation process will begin to return.
Al-Ettifaq Club managed to sign a three-year professional contract with young goalkeeper Bilal Al-Dawa, born in 2004.
Al-Ettifaq was also able to sign a professional contract with his young striker, Mohamed Al-Issa, born in 2006.
Moaz Al-Ohali, CEO of Al-Ittifaq Club, confirmed that the signing with Bilal Al-Dawa and Muhammad Al-Issa was accompanied by a technical recommendation, given the duo’s distinction in the club’s age groups since graduation.
Saudi newspaper Al-Wiam confirmed that Turkish club Besiktas had opened a line of communication with Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo, Al-Hilal’s striker, in a bid to secure his services during the summer transfer window.
The Saudi newspaper confirmed that Besiktas had prepared an open budget for a contract with Igalo, which is a top priority for the Turkish team.
Ighalo’s contract with Al Hilal runs until June 30, 2023, and the “leader” may consider selling it to make money, rather than losing it for free at the end of the season.