A news report said today, Wednesday, that the Saudi Al-Ahly club submitted the highest financial offer in the Saudi Football Association's professional regulation, to renew the contract of Abdel-Fattah Assiri, the international midfielder and professional in the club's first team.
Al-Ahly wants to keep Asiri for years after the player is about to enter the free period in which he can move to any club without returning to his current club.
The Saudi newspaper Al-Sharq Al-Awsat reported that private sources revealed to it that Mohamed Al-Harthy, the club’s football chief executive, was negotiating with the player directly, with the follow-up of Prince Mansour bin Meshaal, the club’s general football supervisor and Abdul Ilah Muminah, president of the club, and that the club’s offer was made to the player to renew His professional contract is one offer and is considered very rewarding and appropriate, indicating that there are other advantages outside the scope of the contract provided by Prince Mansour bin Meshal, to preserve the player and ensure his continuity within the club walls for several years to come.
The sources indicated that Al-Ahly's offer to renew the player's contract amounted to four million Saudi riyals per season with other features provided by the General Supervisor of Football and a total of 12 million riyals in three years, and that the player has not yet responded to the offer submitted to him either With approval or rejection, and that this position raised the admiration of decision-makers in the club for the excellence of the financial offer made under the current circumstances, which cast a shadow over all clubs and their financial returns.

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