Today Wednesday, press reports raised surprise that Al Ittihad’s team led by Anmar Al-Khaili have signed Egyptian star’s successor Mohamed Salah during the upcoming summer transfers.
It is worth noting that Brigadier General Al-Ittihadawi Al-Ittihadawi ranks first in the Saudi Professional League Roshen with 56 points, while his colleague Al-Nasr is in second place in the standings with 53 points.
Al-Ittihad gave a surprise in connection with the signing of a contract with Khalifa Mohamed Salah.
The Jordanian newspaper Al-Ghad reported today, Wednesday, that a Saudi general made an offer to sign Jordanian footballer Musa Al-Taamari Sahib (25) through one of the players’ agencies.
The newspaper indicated that Al-Taamari was nearing the end of his contract with Belgian side Leuven and that the player had not yet decided on his destination, forcing the federal administration to take care of the player.
Other sources have said Anmar Al-Khaili’s administration has no intention of renewing the loan of Angolan star Helder Costa, with Al-Taamari expected to replace Costa from next season.
Al-Taamari is considered by some to be the successor to the Egyptian pharaoh, especially since the Jordanian player is distinguished by being a left-handed right-winger with an offensive style, in addition to possessing a degree of elusiveness.
In addition to the ability to keep the ball at his feet even in tight spaces, which gives him a character characterized by a danger to the opponent’s defense, in addition to speed, all this makes everyone compare him to the player of the Egyptian national team. Mo’s successor, winger. Liverpool.
It is worth noting that Musa Al Tamari played for many clubs including Shabab Al Ordon, Al Jazeera and Cypriot APOEL before joining Belgian club Leuven in October 2020.
The Jordanian international has taken part with his current team in 91 matches, in various tournaments, during which he has scored 19 goals, scoring 10 goals and providing nine assists.