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Including Tornado .. 4 stars on the verge of leaving the Crescent in the next Mercato

Al-Hilal Club has become threatened with losing some of its stars during the summer Mercato season, after receiving attractive offers to leave the blue wave.

The Saudi name of Al-Hilal has also been linked to negotiations with new players during the past days, such as the Colombian Radamel Falcao, Galatasaray player, Caleb Icopan, the star of Trabzon, and Lapa Kudjo, the Al Ain striker.

The management of the Al-Hilal Club will be in a difficult challenge if some Mercato players leave, especially in light of the economic crisis that hit the clubs due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Al Hilal seeks to maintain its core strength under the leadership of coach Razvan Lucescu to continue his career to compete for the Saudi League title and the AFC Champions League 2020.

We show you the names that are close to leaving Al Hilal in the next Mercato:

1- Salem Al-Dossary:

Al-Dosari, Acer's winger Al-Hilal, has admitted receiving an offer from one of the Premier League clubs, indicating that he prefers external professionalism and will not hesitate to accept the offer if appropriate.

Al-Dosari said in his statements on "MBCFM": "I received an offer from one of the English clubs in the first class along with other offers, and I hope for external professionalism."

Reports indicate that the potential destination for Saudi Salem Al Dossari in the Saudi League is Newcastle FC or Sheffield United, which is owned by Prince Abdullah bin Musaed.

2- Pavitimbi Gomez:

Al Hilal club management did not settle the renewal file with Buffettembe Gomez, whose contract expires next June after two distinct seasons in the blue wave shirt, during which he helped win the AFC Champions League 2019 title.

Turkish reports confirm that Al Hilal is seeking to sign Radamel Falcao to be in place of Pavitembe Gomez, who is expected to return to the Turkish League again.

Pavitembe Gomez participated with Al Hilal in 20 games this season in the Saudi League, scored 14 goals, and scored 4 goals.

3- Carlos Eduardo:

Hilal club negotiations to renew the contract of the Brazilian Super Carlos Eduardo was postponed, in light of the current circumstances due to the Coronavirus, but the player was associated with his name to move to Saudi Arabia's Al-Ahly in the recent period.

Carlos Eduardo entered the free period that allows him to sign with any club without going back to the original club, where his contract expires in June 2020.

Al-Dossary is considered one of the best players in Al-Hilal and made a great level during his participation in the 2019 Club World Cup and won the bronze ball as the third-best player.

4- Sebastian Giovinco:

Giovinco expressed his desire in previous press statements to leave Al Hilal to take a new challenge away from the Saudi League, as his name has been associated with negotiating with several clubs such as Parma, Sassuolo, Sampdoria and Brazilian Botafogo in addition to Turkish Fenerbahce.

Veteran Italian Giovinco joined Al-Hilal in January 2019 and played an important role in crowning the AFC Champions League title.

Lima sends an important message to the Saudi Al-Ahly fans

Brazilian Lucas Lima, the left-back of the Al-Ahly team in Jeddah, sent a message of thanks to the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and a promise to the "high-end" fans, during the current stopping period.

The Al-Ahly club’s administration, headed by Abdul Ilah Moamena, is trying to secure Lima’s return to his country during the current days, after the decision to allow the professionals to leave if they wish.

Saudi clubs allow the departure of foreigners

The clubs gave the green light to foreign professionals, trainers, and members of the technical staff, to leave and return to spend time with their families, after the continued stoppage of activity and the possibility of the competitions returning after approximately 3 months, due to the outbreak of the new Coronavirus.

The Saudi League championship matches stopped immediately after the end of the twenty-second round, and Al-Hilal team sits on the throne of the local championship table with 51 points, followed by Al-Nasr with 45 points.

Lima sends an important message to the Saudi Al-Ahly fans

Lima spoke in video comments to the Saudi newspaper, "Okaz," saying, "Hello everyone, first, I would like to thank the government and the Saudi people for all the measures and precautions taken to contain the Coronavirus."


He continued: "I am sure that we have a lot of good things that we build together, and I hope to meet you soon on the field after all this is over, thank you all, we are together."
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