The ban was due to their failure to pay Leicester City£ 390,000 in add- ones for Nigerian player Ahmed Musa who joined the Saudi club in 2018.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s current club Al Nassr has been banned by FIFA from subscribing or registering new players due to their failure to pay Leicester City£ 390,000 in add- ons for Nigerian player Ahmed Musa who joined the Saudi club in 2018.
According to reports, Al- Nassr were told back in 2021 that they would have to pay Leicester the plutocrat owed after the ruling was officially released.
The club was also advised that failure to misbehave would affect in them being banned for three successive enrollment ages.
The club had lately appointed Luís Castro as their trainer, attesting the appointment from a preseason training camp in Portugal. The length of the trainer’s contract wasn’t bared.
The 61- time-old Portuguese is best known for his two seasons in Ukraine with Shakhtar Donetsk including home and down wins over Real Madrid in the group stage of the 2020- 21 titleholders League. He spent last season in Brazil with Botafogo.
They’ve also inked Marcelo Brozovic from Inter Milan and have been linked with Hakim Ziytech from Chelsea.
Al- Nassr is among four top Saudi clubs effectively nationalized last month by being taking into maturity power by the autonomous wealth Public Investment Fund. PIF claims to have means of around$ 700 billion and is chaired by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Musa inked for Al- Nassr in the summer of 2018 for around£ 14m from Leicester City, and latterly went onto score 11 pretensions and make 14 assists in 62 appearances for the Saudi side. In his two- season stint in the Middle East, Musa also helped Al- Nassr win the Saudi Pro League title and Saudi Super Cup, too.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport( CAS) ruled that Al- Nassr owed Leicester these add- ons, though the Saudi side are yet to pay. FIFA, accordingly, has reportedly issued a ban on Cristiano Ronaldo’s club side from registering any new players for the time being.
Jacobs twittered” Al- Nassr failed to misbehave with the ruling performing in the enrollment ban. Sources indicate it’ll be lifted in a matter of weeks furnishing Al- Nassr now make the payment instantly, which they’ve indicated they will.
“This is an issue that pre-dates PIF taking control of Al- Nassr. PIF sources stress the new structure will insure these type of problems and corrections do not be again. analogous types of cases have been a wide issue throughout the Saudi Pro League in the history.”
Former Inter Milan and Croatia midfielder Marcelo Brozovic is the rearmost high- profile name to move from Europe to the Al- Nassr, joining Cristiano Ronaldo and David Ospina at the club.
Inked for£15.35 m, Brozovic managed to register as an Al- Nassr player just before the rearmost FIFA ruling. Saul Niguez from Atletico Madrid and William Carvalho from Real Betis are both linked, however, and would have to stay until Al- Nassr misbehave with the CAS ruling. Know More Latest Football News…