A press report said that the management of the Saudi club Al-Ahly is seriously considering an offer made to the star of the Syrian team, Omar Al-Soma, to move to the Qatar Stars League this summer for 7.5 million Saudi riyals.
Today, Monday, the Saudi newspaper Al-Riyadia, citing sources it called “private”, reported that the Al-Ahly club had received an offer of two million dollars (about 7.5 million Saudi Riyals) from the Qatari football club Al Arabi. in exchange for the purchase of the Soma contract, which is extended until June 2024.
Sources confirmed that the Al Ahly administration discussed the offer before responding to the Qatari club Al Arabi.
Al-Ahly, relegated to the yellow league of Saudi first-class clubs, last week signed Tunisian Youssef al-Abdali as leaders.
Notably, Omar Al-Soma has joined Al-Ahli since 2014, having left the ranks of Al-Qadisiya, where he won four local championships and monopolized the league’s top scorer title three times in a row, from 2014 to 2017.