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FIFA Bans Ronaldo’s Al-Nassr For 3 Windows Over Violation Of Transfer

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FIFA Bans Ronaldo's Al-Nassr For 3 Window Over Violation Of Transfer

World football governing body FIFA has placed Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr under three windows ban over violation of transfer.

Al-Nassr according to report would not be able to register new players for three windows.

This is coming after the Saudi Arabia club was found guilty of not paying £390,000 transfer add-ons of Ahmed Musasigned from Leicester City years ago.

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The club have led the Saudi Pro League charge in signing some of the world’s leading football talents, initiating the mass exodus by signing Cristiano Ronaldo on a mouth-watering £175million-a-year contract.

Ahmed Musa

Ahmed Musa

Al-Nassr are still being linked with some well-known names – such as Hakim Ziyech from Chelsea – but may be set for a potential road block after FIFA’s move to block them from registering any new signings.

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Blaze Newz gathered that the global governing body have ruled that the Saudi giants failed to pay Leicester City as much as £390,000 in add-ons – plus interest – for Ahmed Musa, after the Nigerian joined back in 2018.

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