A French newspaper has nominated the national team goalkeeper and Al-Wahda club, Mohamed Al Shamsi, to join the ranks of Newcastle, starting next season, after the boom in which the Macbase will pass the transfer of its ownership to the Saudi Investment Fund.

The French newspaper "Beta News" chose nine Arab players who can join Newcastle in its new Premier League suit, after the deal to sell the English club to the Saudi Investment Fund approached 300 million pounds.

She explained that "the Saudi monarchy may influence differently in Arab football, the Middle East and North Africa, as it nominated one Arab goalkeeper among the list of players nominated to join Newcastle, which is Mohamed Al Shamsi."

The newspaper added that "the national team goalkeeper and unity is one of the names that little is known outside the Middle East, but if Newcastle has the desire to invest in young talents, it must include within its calculations, Mohamed Al Shamsi, 23 years old."

She continued: «Al Shamsi is distinguished by the length, flexibility and remarkable calm in his playing style, as it is one of the talents that have proven its presence in the Arab Gulf League, and he also participated with the UAE national team in the Gulf Football Cup.

She continued: «Certainly he will not be ready to go into the professional experience directly in the English Premier League, due to the difference in the playing style in (Premier League) and its strength compared to the UAE league, but the goalkeeper, whose market value is 325 thousand euros, has the ability to develop its capabilities, while contracting with him A great adventure for the English club.

On the other hand, the newspaper chose three Arab players from the European leagues: Algerian Youssef Atal who plays for French Nice (its market value is 20 million euros), and described it as a suitable deal for the English club, especially as he is 23 years old, and indicated to His playing style is similar to the performance of the Brazilian star Danny Alves, and Atal is one of the prominent names that contributed to Algeria winning the 2019 African Cup, and the second name is Moroccan, Naseer Al Mazraoui, who plays for Ajax in the Netherlands (his market value is 9.5 million euros). Newcastle head to sign him will find a tough competition from Lazio Aletta Lee, who is seeking to earn his services next summer, while the Egyptian Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet came on the list, as he plays in Aston Villa, England (its market value is eight million euros), and it is one of the good options available to the English club.

In terms of Arab leagues, the newspaper nominated the Saudi Al-Nasr player, Mukhtar Ali (with a market value of 450,000 euros), confirming that the 22-year-old, who was born in Jeddah, may be a special deal, especially since he previously played at Chelsea Academy, to Besides, his family lives in London.

She also chose the Saudi Al Hilal player Salem Al Dossari (2.2 million euros), and he previously had a professional experience in Spain's Villarreal, and she nominated the Saudi youth player, Abdullah Al Hamdan (425 thousand euros), and the Moroccan Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah, who plays in the ranks of the Saudi victory (5.2 million euros) , And Syrian Omar Al-Soma, the Saudi Al-Ahly player (6.5 million euros).

Arab players to join Newcastle

Mohammed Al Shamsi (UAE).

Salem Al Dossary (Saudi Arabia).

Abdullah Al-Hamdan (Saudi Arabia).

Mukhtar Ali (Saudi Arabia).

Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah (Morocco).

Omar Alsomah (Syria).

Mahmoud Trezeguet (Egypt).

Youssef Atal (Algeria).

Naseer Al Mazraoui (Morocco).


One thousand euros the market value of Al-Wahda goalkeeper Mohamed Al-Shamsi.

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