10:58 PM | Tuesday 29 September 2020
Al-Ahly’s task became easier, after the Algerian player’s contract with his Saudi team, Al-Ahly Jeddah, was canceled, which requested four million euros, to waive the services of “Playily”.
Al-Ahly officials began to intensify negotiations with Youssef Al-Balayli, in order to obtain his signature, after the FIFA ruling, which was fair to the player.
“Al-Watan Sport” learned from a well-informed source inside Al-Ahly club that negotiations are currently underway between the Red Castle and the Algerian player, over the salary that Youssef Al-Belayli will receive in his contract with his new club.
Al-Ahly officials hope that the signing of the Algerian player will be finalized, as Qatari and Emirati clubs are afraid to enter the negotiating line to kidnap the services of the Algerian striker.
FIFA terminates Belley’s contract due to not receiving his dues
FIFA announced that Algerian Youssef Blailey, striker of the first football team at the Saudi club Al-Ahly Jeddah, has the right to terminate his contract with the club.
“Al-Watan Sport” obtained the documents that were sent to Al-Ahly Jeddah club, in which the player was entitled to terminate his contract and grant “Bliley” the opportunity to contract and sign another club for free during the current summer transfers.
There was a severe crisis between Yusef Blayli and the Saudi Al Ahly Jeddah club, during the recent period, due to the player’s failure to receive his financial dues in recent months, which prompted the International Federation to accept the player’s complaint, and grant him the right to sign with any other club, after the termination of his contract with the Saudi club. Because of the delay in receiving his salary.
In the last period, there were talks between Al-Ahly officials and the Algerian player, according to the player’s father’s statements, in order for the player to move to the Red Castle, but negotiations between Al-Ahly and Youssef Al-Balayli were frozen, due to the latter’s desire to obtain 4 million euros in order to dispense with the services of the attacker. Algerian international.