Al-ahli Saudi Fc Vs Al Okhdood Club – AnalysisPro LeagueCristiano RonaldoK. Benzema S. ManeJ. Henderson C. Gerrard R. MarezN. CornerRoberto FirminoAl NasrAl IttihadAl HilalAl AhliAl Ittifaq CHANCE. Koulibaly E. Mandy S. Milinkovic-Savic. Brozovich Ruben Neves
Al-ahli Saudi Fc Vs Al Okhdood Club
Pep Guardiola knows a thing or two about spending money, so when the manager of Abu Dhabi-backed Manchester City says Europe’s elite clubs “need to pay attention to what’s going on” in the Saudi Arabian Pro League, you can be sure he’s on to something. accidents.
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As the Catalan rightly points out, the SPL has “changed the transfer market” this summer by paying one high transfer fee after another for players convinced to move to the Middle East for fantastic wages. As Odion Ighalo said when asked why he and the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo were in Saudi Arabia, “it’s for the money, bro.”
However, the reason was clear from the beginning. The real interest is in its stability. This is, of course, from a financial point of view. Saudi clubs with deep pockets – namely Al-Nasr, Al-Ittihad, Al-Ahly and Al-Hilal – have been taken over by the country’s state investment fund in a clear attempt to create the “big four”.
The historic losses that followed caught the attention of the footballing world – and now the question is whether the SPL can keep it up. A fun and competitive 2023-2024 campaign will certainly help in this regard, with an emphasis on newcomers not only raising the standard of play but also making new fans out of the many interested foreign observers.
So what can we expect from the new season? And who can come first? below tells you everything you need to know…