Al-Jazira club set up the summer transfer market in the Arabian Gulf League, after «Abu Dhabi Pride» announced his contract with the international duo, Omar Abdulrahman and Amer Abdulrahman, in two free transfers, to become twice the champion of the league, to «team» includes a large number of international players, and became The difficult figure in the Arabian Gulf League next season.

The fourth Club World Cup 2017 includes a number of international players, with the presence of the brilliant goalkeeper Ali Khasif, veteran defender Fares Juma, right back Mohamed Fawzi, young defender Mohammed Al Attas, playmaker, Khalfan Mubarak, and finally striker Ali Mabkhout.

Despite the apparent calmness of Al Jazeera's deals during the 'Summer Mercato', especially with the departure of a large number of the team, most notably Yaqoub Al Hosani, Mohammed Jamal, Moroccan Nasser Barazit, Shaheen Sorour, Sultan Al Shamsi, Brazilian Leonardo Pereira, and Ghanaian Ernest Asante, but The excitement began with the Algerian football company announcing the signing of Brazilian Marcos da Silva «Keno» on loan from the Egyptian pyramids.

The Brazilian Keno is one of the most prominent foreign players who have gone through the history of the Egyptian league, after providing a wonderful season in his first experience with the Egyptian Pyramids, last season, as the Brazilian player changed the idea of ​​the feasibility of contracting with Brazilian players in Egypt, especially since all previous experiences, It failed miserably, before the pyramids made a move by signing Keno in the most expensive deal in the history of Egyptian football, coming from the Brazilian club Palmeiras for 8.5 million euros, equivalent to 195 million and 500 thousand pounds.

On the other hand, Al Jazira Football Company announced another unexpected deal by announcing the signing of Moroccan player Mourad Batna in a free transfer, after the player announced his contract with his former club, Al Wahda. The last two seasons, after shining with Emirates Club, before moving to Al Wahda, and provide a wonderful level, but because of the disagreement between the player and the technical staff, Patna out of the club's accounts, and was excluded from the list of the team, while not only Patna joined the island He came from Al Wahda, but the team signed with Sultan Al Ghaferi.

While some predicted that Abu Dhabi's pride would focus on resolving the contract with the fourth foreign player, the club announced the strongest summer transfer market deals, including Omar Abdulrahman and Amer Abdulrahman. The most notable return to his former club, Al Ain, as well as the clubs of victory and the youth of Ahli, Ahli and Zamalek Egyptians, before the player himself announced on his personal account in the «Twitter», his move to the island.

While Al Ain attracted the attention of the media and social media, by announcing the renewal of contracts for all international players, and the signing of former Al Wasl player, Brazilian Caio Canedo, Togolese international Lapa Koga and Algerian Abdelrahman Meziane, the island grabbed the attention less than two weeks before the start of the competition The Arabian Gulf, which makes the next season more exciting, to expand the number of clubs competing for the title achieved by Sharjah last season.

Abdelkader Hassan: Al Jazeera will not be alone in the league

Al-Jazeera will face a strong competition from the Arabian Gulf League clubs to compete for the shield in the new season, he said, adding that «Abu Dhabi pride» in each season is one of the most prominent clubs Candidate for the title.

Hassan told Emirates Today that Al Jazeera has become one of the strongest candidates after his strong deals, especially with the signing of the international duo, Omar Abdulrahman and Amer Abdulrahman, along with Moroccan Murad Patna and Brazilian Kino. Ali Mabkhout and (Amouri) are in the team, especially since they are very understanding, which will be good for the national team. ”

He added: «In contrast, most of the clubs are very well prepared for the new season, as Al Ain is always one of the most prominent candidates to win the league title, especially as the leader has concluded strong deals, and seeks to make up for the loss of the title last season, while Al Wahda performs strong in the Champions League. As for Al Shabab, Al Ahli's youth team cannot be overlooked, as do defending champions Sharjah, who have strengthened their ranks with strong deals to preserve the title next season.