Marco Marin puts Al-Ahly in trouble

Marco Marin, the Al-Ahly player, put the club in trouble. This is after he refused to reschedule his financial dues, which amount to about 20 million riyals.

The Al-Ahly administration wants to sign a financial clearance and disengage between it and the player.

In fact, the German player signed a contract for 4 seasons last January 2019. During the administration of Abdulilah Momina, the former president of Al-Ahly of Jeddah.

Al-Ahly’s administration tried to reach a solution by agreeing to give Marin money, but he refused.

A full season remains in the player’s contract with Al-Ahly. This means that he must get his dues. Otherwise, the club will be subject to a penalty. Especially after Marco Marin filed an official complaint with FIFA, demanding his full rights at once.

The player was on loan during the last half of the season with Al-Raed Club.

It is worth noting that Al-Ahly finished last season in eighth place in the Saudi League.

Al-Ahly’s administration received a great shock after the emergence of new financial issues and claims on the club, led by Marin’s demands.

In addition, the rights of Samsung, which amount to one million and 900 thousand riyals. In exchange for the transfer of the Bosnian Saric to Al-Ahly.

However, Samsung’s rights will not be within the entitlements to obtaining the certificate of financial competence.

The Financial Efficiency Committee monitored the dues and debts of Al-Ahly Club until the 30th of last April, at about 124 million riyals.

 

See also: The Saudi Disciplinary Committee penalizes Al-Ittihad

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