Mohamed Jamal Al-Assi, CEO of the Spanish club Almeria, revealed that the club does not aim to contract with players from the Egyptian or Saudi league, indicating that the beginning of the high prices in Egypt was not the Pyramids Club.
Almeria qualified for the First Division for the first time since the 2014/2015 season, after two seasons of failing to qualify through the final play-off.
Muhammad Jamal Al-Assi said in statements to Sada Al-Balad channel: “There are no players from the Egyptian or Saudi league with Almeria in the Spanish League next season.”
He added, “Almeria’s qualification for the Spanish League was achieved under difficult circumstances. We tried more than one season before we finally succeeded.”
He continued, “We do not close the door to selling any player and we have offers for many players. Two years ago we sold Darwin Nunez and now the world is talking and the club has a 20% percentage of its resale. We are targeting deals that can help the club quickly in Europe.”
He continued, “The prices in Egypt are sometimes higher compared to Europe, and the reason for the high prices is not pyramids, as it is said, but the beginning was from the deal of Salah Mohsen’s transfer to Al-Ahly for 42 million pounds.”
He concluded, “Reducing foreigners will not help. The number of foreigners must increase and competition be increased, and there should be a strong Premier League and a strong Second Division.”
Turki Al-Sheikh, the owner of Almeria, explained earlier the truth of the talk about contracting Arab players in the club. (see details)
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