date of publication:
July 22 2022 9:57 GMT
Update date: July 22 2022 11:55 GMT
Al-Riyadia newspaper revealed that the management of the Emirati clubs Al-Jazira and Al-Rayyan, the Qatari club, have a desire to sign Abdul Rahman Gharib, the player of the Saudi Al-Ahly club, who is said to be
Source: Salman Al-Anzi – Erm News
Al-Riyadia newspaper revealed that the management of the Emirati clubs Al-Jazira and Al-Rayyan, the Qatari club, have a desire to sign Abdul Rahman Gharib, the player of the Saudi Al-Ahly club, who is rumored that the Saudi victory wants to sign him, during the current summer transfer period.
Al-Riyadiah indicated that Al-Jazeera and Al-Rayyan wish to obtain Gharib services on the loan system without buying the contract, and the Al-Ahly administration has not responded to the two offers so far.
Jarrah Al-Dhafiri, the player’s agent, had informed Al-Ahly of Gharib’s desire to leave and not play in the First Division next season after Al-Ahly’s relegation.
Gharib wants to maintain his technical level in the professional league, whether internally or externally, to maintain his place in the national team and participate in the Qatar World Cup 2022.
Previous reports had stated that Al-Ahly’s administration refused to transfer or neglect its players, in light of the team’s bad situation after relegation, so that the team could return to the professional league.
Abdul Rahman Gharib has been playing for Al-Ahly club since 2017, and the player scored the goal of qualifying against the Uzbek club Pakhtakor for the 2018/2019 AFC Champions League.
The 25-year-old Al-Ahly player renewed his contract with Al-Ahly club last January for a period of 3 years until 2025.
A number of Al-Ahly players whose contracts are still ongoing with the club are trying to find an escape from the team after the team’s relegation, whether by loaning or rescinding the contract by mutual consent between the two parties.
Last season, Al-Ahly club did not satisfy the ambition of its fans, as it was relegated to the First Division for the first time in its history, after winning only 32 points, and occupying 15th place in the Professional League.
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