Premier League Star: Arab Club Battles Ittihad Jeddah for Contract

Press reports confirmed that the race for a contract with Wilfrid ZahaThe Crystal Palace star has been on fire in recent hours after a new Arab club entered the competition to turn on the player.

Recently, many reports have said that many Saudi clubs are led by them. jeddah union ANDVictorytrying to make a contract with the Ivorian to strengthen the ranks.

According to English newspaper The Sun, Qatari club Al Sadd are in a race to sign the player to include him in a free transfer deal after his contract with Crystal Palace ends.

And the same newspaper confirmed that the Qatari club would be keen to accept the Crystal Palace star, with an annual salary estimated at around £10m, on the condition that he join the team as a free transfer.

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Reports earlier this season revealed that Zaha had turned down Harafi’s offer from Al-Nasr club to play next season because he wanted to play for a new club in Europe.

According to the Evening Standard newspaper, Wilfried Zaha turned down an offer worth “11” million euros annually to win.

The source stressed that the player wants to extend his contract, which expires in the summer of 2023, with Crystal Palace in order to continue his career in Europe.

It is worth noting that Zaha’s contract with Crystal Palace expires at the end of the current 2022/2023 season, and the player did not renew the contract with the team, and the injury ended his season at Crystal Palace ahead of schedule.

And the Daily Mail newspaper pointed out that the federation allocated 41 million Saudi rials annually to Zaha to include him in the upcoming summer transfer period.

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