Corona brings the Saudi victory closer to a new deal
The board of directors of the Saudi Al-Nasr Club, headed by Musalla Al Muammar, continues its moves to achieve the demands of Brazilian coach Mano Menezes in the current summer transfer period.
Al-Nasr management has already succeeded in including the Brazilian Anderson Talisca alongside striker Vincent Abubakar, with the return of the Uzbek Jamal Al-Din Masharipov from the loan that extended for half a season, deals that won the admiration of the global fans, but there is still a state of concern due to the departure of the Brazilian Maicon Pereira from the defense.
Victory benefits from the calamities of Corona
According to Argentine press reports, Al-Nassr is intensifying its negotiations in the past hours to sign Argentine international Lisandro Lopez, Boca Juniors defender, during the current summer transfers.
Al-Nassr had made an offer to join the player for one season on loan for one million dollars, but the Argentine club responded by refusing, stressing its only desire to sell the player permanently and not on loan.
Al-Nasr agreed to raise its offer to 2 million dollars to buy the defender, pending the response of the Boca administration, which intends to think strongly about selling the player in light of the financial troubles that the club is facing in the last period due to the economic impact of the Corona virus pandemic, which may prompt the club to agree to the offer. Nasrawi.
It is noteworthy that the 31-year-old’s contract expires with Boca Juniors in June 2023 and the player previously wore the Benfica shirt on loan in January 2019.
The list of Al-Nasr foreigners includes Moroccan Abdel Razzaq Hamdallah, Brazilian duo Petros Matthews and Anderson Talisca, Cameroonian Vincent Abubakar, Uzbek Jalaluddin Masharipov and Argentine Betty Martinez.