Ali Maali (Sharjah)
The management of Sharjah Football Club has decided to set up an internal camp in preparation for the new season, after studying the situation between the football company, headed by Abdullah Al-Ajla and team coach Abdulaziz Al-Anbari, in light of the continuing unreassuring health situation outside the country due to the Corona virus.
Al-Anbari is developing a training program for the next stage, where the King is preparing for the Arab Gulf League, and the second stage of the 16th round of the Asian Champions League, during which the team will meet with Al-Wahda in the next Asian tour, and it will be presented to the ball company for discussion.
On the other hand, the current negotiations regarding the renewal of the contract with the Brazilian Caio Lucas are close to more than 90% in light of the common desire between the player and the club to continue the relationship, and also in light of the agreement with the Portuguese club Benfica, provided that the transfer is final to the king, and the player was He has shown an outstanding level in the recent period, in which his compatriot Igor Coronado was absent and led the team to the round of 16 in the Champions League.
On the other hand, Cape Verdean player Ricardo Gomez moved to the Serbian club Partizan, the club he played for before moving to Sharjah, and thus the football company succeeded in finding a solution in the form of a compromise settlement.
With regard to the outright striker, there are 3 players with whom negotiations are underway, but the closest to moving to the royal house is Cape Verdean player Djanini Tavares, who plays in the Turkish league in Trabzon, and has previously played for the Saudi Al-Ahly team and the Portuguese and Mexican leagues.