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A frantic race between Al Hilal and Al Merreikh to conclude foreign deals


Al Hilal and Al Merreikh are close to completing their contracts with professional players just hours after the summer transfer window opened, as the two Sudanese football giants revealed their foreign contracts early in preparation for the next edition of the African Champions League.

The club increased the number of foreign players in the team to 10 players after signing Senegalese Aime Tending, Ivorian Serge Pokou and Malian Adama Coulibaly, in a strong start to the summer transfer market, to join 7 other foreigners who the club announced would continue in view of the distinguished levels they are presenting.

How did Al Hilal sign contracts in the transfer market?

Mohammed Ibrahim Al-Aliqi, Vice President of Al-Hilal Club, revealed that the new reinforcements were made with a purely technical vision. He said in a special interview with the website:win win“I believe that the new deals of foreign players will greatly support the team, and will make a real addition to the team in its upcoming African journey in the Champions League.”

He added: “We fully implemented the desire of the team’s coach, Florent Abiye, and signed players according to his technical vision, which is a policy followed by the club’s board of directors.”

He added: “We are moving forward with great force to complete a project that we started years ago, despite the difficult circumstances that the country is going through. We have succeeded in implementing many plans and programs, and we hope that our efforts will bear fruit in the next edition of the African Championship.”

Al-Merreikh concludes its deals and reveals a surprise to its fans

Al-Merreikh concluded 4 new deals with the opening of the transfer window, as it completed its contract with Nigerian goalkeeper Ojo Al-Warnike, Ivorian left-back Diawa Mikel, Gambian striker Abdullah Gassama, and Senegalese defender Mohamed Mbaye.

Kambal Abdullah Kambal, the club’s sports sector rapporteur, revealed that the new reinforcements were made under the supervision of a technical committee. He said to “win win“Our contracts were made according to the vision of the technical committee that the club’s board of directors formed very early on, and in full coordination with coach Ibrahim Hussein Ibrahima.”

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He continued: “We will sign a distinguished striker in the coming period who will be a real addition to the team.” He concluded his speech by saying: “The pleasant surprises will continue.. Club President Omar Al-Numair pays great attention to the foreign contracting file, and we hope that the team will appear in a distinguished manner in the upcoming competitions.”

It is noteworthy that the Football Association announced the exemption of Sudanese clubs, including Al-Hilal and Al-Merreikh, from player contracting fees during the transfer period that began in early July, in appreciation of the circumstances the country is going through, and to facilitate the clubs’ task in concluding their contracts, after the war that broke out in mid-April caused the destruction of the country’s economy. In previous years, the Football Association imposed fees that the clubs described as expensive and burdensome for their coffers.



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