The highest football authority will sanction the Saudi team without being able to incorporate players during three transfer window
The Portuguese side would avoid punishment by paying the debt accumulated since 2018 of almost half a million euros with Leicester
The Al-Nassr of Cristiano Ronaldo was sanctioned by FIFA unable to sign players for three transfer windows for a dispute with UK’s Leicester dating back to 2018 with the transfer of Ahmed Musaas reported by ‘Mirror’.
According to information, the Saudi team owes English Leicester money for the transfer of the Nigerian footballer five years ago, an agreement which it was closed in 2018 in exchange for 15 million euros. The attacker is currently no longer part of the institution, having been sold to Sivasspor.
An official FIFA ruling communicated this to Al-Nassr in 2021 he had not paid 460,000 euros plus interest. Now, having not yet complied with the payment, the highest football authority Ban on signing players at Cristiano Ronaldo’s club.
If, after the penalty of three shop windows without being able to sign, the money has still not been returned to Leicester, the case would pass into the hands of the FIFA Disciplinary Commission. However, it doesn’t look like it will be necessary given the Saudi team will immediately pay the sums due to lift the fine.