Syrian player Omar Al-Soma, a striker for Al-Ahly Jeddah, has decided on his next destination after his team’s relegation from the Saudi PFL, press reports say.
Al Ahly Jeddah is set to get rid of his team’s star due to his high salary, in light of the financial crisis the club is going through, as Al Ahly will lose 78 million Saudi Riyals of support following his relegation to the First Division.
Which opened the door for negotiations with the player to two Egyptian football Poles, Al Ahly and Zamalek, in addition to Al Qadisiyah and Al Rayyan.
And the Saudi newspaper Al-Muwateen, citing the Saudi Derby program, reported that Omar Al-Soma had identified his next destination by joining the Kuwaiti Al-Qadisiyah.
Al Ahly Jeddah was promoted to the Saudi First Division for the first time in its history, finishing fifteenth and penultimate in the professional league standings.
Source: Saudi Media