Sport 360 – A press report today revealed the collapse of the transfer deal for Mohammed Al Owais, the Saudi Al Hilal goalkeeper, to Al Shabab, during the current summer transfer period, which ends at midnight.
Collapse of Mohammed Al Owais’s transfer deal to Al-Shabab
According to what was published by journalist “Ahmed Al-Ajlan,” the deal to transfer Muhammad Al-Owais to Al-Shabab is threatened with failure, due to the Al-Hilal goalkeeper’s failure to agree with the Al-Lioth administration.
Al-Hilal, if it continues, places the player as a first replacement for Yassine Bounou and a primary option for #AFC_Champions_League
(About two hours remain until the period closes without an agreement) pic.twitter.com/kUTvTC6X9z
– Ahmed Al-Ajlan (@ahmad2man) September 7, 2023
He stressed that, if Muhammad Al Owais continues in the ranks of Al Hilal Club, he will be the second goalkeeper behind Yassin Bono in the Saudi League and the first goalkeeper in the AFC Champions League.
Muhammad Al-Owais had asked to leave Al-Hilal Saudi Club this summer, fearing for his position in the national team before competing in the Asian Nations Championship next January in the State of Qatar, due to the arrival of goalkeepers Yassin Bono and Muhammad Al-Rubaie.
Muhammad Al-Owais was the second goalkeeper for Al-Hilal Club last season, succeeding Abdullah Al-Mayouf, who joined Al-Ittihad during the current summer transfer period.