‘Scoring Drought’ Firmino Complains Of Al Ahli System… Combined With Gerard?

TalkSport reported on the 29th (Korea time) that Firmino could leave Al Ahli with the attention of England, Turkiye and other Saudi clubs. Firmino, who played for Liverpool for a long time, wore Al Ahli uniform last summer as a free transfer. He scored a hat-trick in his debut match in the Saudi professional league, which marked a perfect start in the Middle East, but his performance thereafter was insignificant. He played in 16 matches, scored three goals and helped two.랭크카지노

Alain Saint-Maximin (3 goals, 8 assists) and Riyad Mahrez (8 goals, 7 assists) seem to have fallen behind. As Al Ahli’s team ranks third (11 wins, 4 draws, 3 losses, 37 points) after rival Al Hilal (16 wins, 2 draws, 50 points), and Al Nasr (14 wins, 1 draw, 3 losses, 43 points), criticism against Firmino has grown. According to TalkSport, Firmino is reportedly dissatisfied with Al Ahli’s system and the club is willing to loan him out in the new year. Sheffield United in the English Premier League recently checked on Firmino before replacing Paul Heckingbottom.

“Firmino can leave Saudi Arabia and return to Europe or Brazil,” TalkSport said. “He is drawing attention from the Turkiye, but he can stay in Saudi Arabia as he is connected to Al-Shabab, Al-Etipak, and Al-Fate. After the summer when Saudi Arabian teams poured their money into recruiting famous stars, many teams exhausted their budgets. Al-Shabab, who still has funds, came up with Al-Ahli’s preferred team for rent.”

Attention is focusing on whether he will join the legendary “Liverpool” Steven Gerrard. Coach Gerrard, who is leading the Al Etihad, has expressed interest in Firmino several times. “Al Etihad can recruit Firmino only when Al Ahli agrees to pay him at least half or full of his annual salary,” said TalkSport. Al Etihad is ranked eighth among 18 teams in the Saudi professional league.

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