The players ’agent, Walid Al Shamsi, expected that the Arab Gulf League’s clubs’ spending on the current transfer market will reach 200 million dirhams, excluding being affected by the side effects that accompanied the spread of the Corona virus, stressing at the same time that the clubs ’spending so far for about 35 million dirhams is normal.

Al Shamsi told «Emirates Today» in his comment on club spending 35 million dirhams so far despite the crisis of “Corona” that this number may reach 200 million dirhams with the entry of Al Ahly, Al-Jazira and Al-Wahda youth to the transfer market, especially that they are clubs of financial weight and able to conclude Great deals. Club deals have reached 32 players so far, along with the renewal of secondment, and without the expense of renewing expired contracts.

He added: There are clubs that did not make deals, and with the approach of the launch of the league is likely to double.

The report was based on the "Transfer Market" website for determining the price of players, which indicated that Al-Nasr tops the list of the most spent after contracting Al-Wahda striker Tigali and Sharjah striker Ryan Mendes, while Al-Wasl strengthened its ranks with the Brazilian Neris and Argentine Uruz.

Summer transfers will be officially launched next Wednesday and extend until October 14.

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