Newcastle could point to Saudi Arabia and Al-Hilal winger Salem Al Dawsari after Premier League offers

Electric Saudi Arabia and al-Hilal winger Salem al-Dawsari could set out for a second European experience when he claimed no offer had come An unnamed Premier League team.

Al Dawsari, 28, has Has made his debut as one of the best footballers in Asia in recent years. In 2013, Villarreal showed his talent around the world through a loan spell that led to Mohamed Salah’s La Liga run out for the Green Falcons against Egypt in the World Cup against Real Madrid and a memorable late winner, Villa

This strength continued with the 1999 AFC Champions League final – Japan’s Urawa Red Diamond – and the Club World Cup semi-final defeat to Brazil’s Flamengo. Al-Dawsari declined to reveal the identity of his English lawyer, yet the disclosure came within disclosure Leading discussions within Newcastle United about getting the most funding from the Kingdom’s Public Investment Fund.

“I got an offer from an English club on the top flight,” He said the ‘Open Heart’ program was launched MBC Radio. “Other clubs have offers and I look forward to external professionalism.”

Al-Dawsari last summer extended his contract with Hilal until June 2022. He has won 11 times in 51 international caps.

Iconic countryman Sami Al Jabr has created The Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2000 – then out of the Premier League – made five appearances in the magic of ground breaking loans.

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