During a meeting on Tuesday, Al-Nasr asked the polarization program to identify the budget allocated to it, during next summer’s transfers, in preparation for determining the names of the players he will support his first football team.
According to “sports” sources, a number of programme members met with officials of the capital club and a Portuguese assistant, Luis Castro, the team’s coach, to discuss the transfer file, and stressed the need for the club to avoid any financial burden on it if it gets rid of any foreign player and to focus on the quality of the player when searching for new deals.

The meeting reviewed assessments of Al-Nasr players during the current season, and Mesiri Al-Yellow noted that Castro was not extradited after his final report on the team’s needs for the new season and postponed until after the final of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Cup.
According to Al-Nasr’s management of the programme, Castro gave the club’s management a green light to act against Ivorians Sekou Fofana, a midfielder loaned to the agreement, and Jeslan Konan, a left-back loaned to Al-Fayha, whether by selling their contracts or renewing their loans.

At the meeting, Al-Nasr’s representatives requested a clear regulatory mechanism for the decision of the Saudi Football Federation and the League League, which requires each club to sign two foreign players born in 2003 and above if it wants to benefit from an increase in the number of foreigners, starting next season, to 10 instead of 8.
Al-Nasr asserted that he would not bring in inundated foreign players to fill my place in 2003, while at the same time granting this class of foreigners contracts longer than one season was illogical, as they would exceed the age of 21, the target in the decision, during the season after the next.

At the end of the meeting, the two sides agreed that formal talks on summer transfers would begin after the final of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques’ Cup, which combines crescent and victory.
Before meeting the victory, the polarization program met with other clubs, including the Federation and the Ahli, and, according to the publication of “Sports” on Tuesday evening, citing private sources, informed them that material reward contracts must be brought in to market foreign players that the clubs do not wish to continue, otherwise the support budget allocated to them by the program will be reduced through transfers if these players depart through financial liabilities.

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