The Saudi newspaper pointed out that Al-Mohammadi has a Qatari offer and an Emirati offer, but he prefers the Saudi Al-Ahly offer after communicating with its president, Majid Al-Nafie.
The former Enppi player became free to move to any team after his contract with Aston Villa expired at the end of last season.
The report indicated that Al-Ahly’s negotiations with Al-Mohammadi came on the recommendation of the team’s coach, Bisnik Hasi, who wants to strengthen the team’s right front before the new season competitions.
وعلم FilGoal.com Al-Mohammadi, 33, is choosing between European and Gulf offers to decide his next destination.
Al-Mohammadi, the former defender of Ghazl El-Mahalla, Enppi, Sunderland and Hull City, is considering staying on the old continent, or getting a better salary by moving to an Arab club.
The player who won the 2008 and 2010 African Cups is not thinking of returning to Egypt at the present time.
Al-Mohammadi has spent 11 years in English football since he left Enppi in 2010.
He participated in 368 games in different English leagues, scored 14 goals and sent 42 assists.
Al-Mohammadi is the most Egyptian player who participated in the history of the English Premier League, playing 197 matches. He is the second Arab after the Algerian Riyad Mahrez, the star of Manchester City.
Al-Mohammadi represented the Egyptian national team in 87 matches, scored 6 goals, and was crowned with the team in the 2008 and 2010 African Cup.
And his last appearance with the Pharaohs was in the 2019 African Cup when he was captain of the team.