Al-Nasr signs the terrifying Everton star … “a deal to shake the Mercato”


The board of directors of Al-Nasr Club remains, headed by Safwan Al-Sweiket is working hard to support the football first team, before the start of the season The new athlete 2020-2021.

Al-Nasr is preparing for the new season, by settling 11 official deals so far. They are: “Amin Bukhari, Ali Lagami, Abdullah Al-Shanqeeti, Osama Al Khalaf, Kim Jin Soo, Abdulaziz Al-Alawi, Abdul Majeed Al-Salih, Ali Al-Hassan, Sultan Al-Anazi, Abdel Fattah Asiri, Betty Martinez.”

And press reports revealed that the Board of Directors of Al-Nasr entered into intense negotiations to contract with the wonderful Icelandic star Gelfi Sigurdsson, the Everton playmaker, in the current summer Mercato.

Reports indicated that Sigurdsson is the first choice for victory, to strengthen the center of the playing industry, after the failure of the contract with Argentine Papu Gamiz, the Italian star of Atalanta.

She explained that the Nazarene negotiator had made a tempting offer to the English giant and the Icelandic star, in order to settle the deal, as soon as possible.

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Who is Gilfy Sigurdsson?

An Icelandic player, born on September 8, 1989, started his career in the domestic league, before moving early to English stadiums, specifically to Reading, in 2005.

Reading loaned Sigurdsson to several English clubs, before finally selling him to Hoffenheim, Germany, in 2010.

And in January 2012, the German team loaned Sigurdsson to Swansea City for only 6 months, before selling it in the summer of the same year to Tottenham Hotspur.

The Icelandic star stayed two years with the Spurs before returning to Swansea, in a final purchase contract, specifically in 2014.

After 3 years with Swansea, Gilfi Sigurdsson moved to Everton, with whom he plays from 2017 until now.

With Everton, Sigurdsson participated in 119 games, during which he scored 24 goals, and made 18 others, in various tournaments and competitions.

Over the course of his professional career, Sigurdsson scored 110 goals and scored 72 goals in 443 official matches.


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