Temporary deprivation of victory from conscription

Temporary deprivation of victory from conscription

And Al-Nassr, which sees the arrival of Portuguese coach Luis Castro from Botafogo this summer, also includes Colombian goalkeeper David Ospina, Brazilian midfielder Luiz Gustavo and Argentine striker Gonzalo Martinez.

FIFA said on Thursday that the Saudi club Al-Nasr, in which five-time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo plays, is prohibited from recruiting until he pays off his debts. Saudi trainingCurrently prohibited from registering new players due to unpaid debtsexplained his spokesperson, confirming information from the British daily The Mirror.

The international body did not specify the size and origin of these debts, or the starting point for this ban, or whether it endangers the transfer of the Croatian midfielder from Inter Milan, Marcelo Brozovic, who signed in early July this year in Al-Nasr. “The ban in question will be lifted once debt settlement is confirmed by the approved creditorsOnly the speaker has been added.

Up to 3 seasons without hiring

And Al-Nassr, which sees the arrival of Portuguese coach Luis Castro from Botafogo this summer, also includes Colombian goalkeeper David Ospina, Brazilian midfielder Luiz Gustavo and Argentine striker Gonzalo Martinez.

But in October 2021, the FIFA Players Status Committee ordered Al-Nasr to pay the English club 460,000 euros plus interest in a dispute over the transfer of Nigerian Ahmed Musa, which ended up totaling 18 million euros. According to this decision, in the event of non-payment, Al-Nassr could be denied recruitment for up to three seasons.

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