Pyramids player Abdullah Al-Saeed was obligated to pay two million dollars to Al-Ahly, Al-Riyadi, Arab stadiums

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The Egyptian club Al-Ahly announced today, Saturday, that the Egyptian Center for Settlement and Arbitration obligated Abdullah Al-Saeed, a former Al-Ahly player and currently Pyramids, to pay two million dollars to the Red Castle.

Al-Ahly stated on its official website today, Saturday: “The Arbitration Committee at the Settlement and Arbitration Center has ordered to obligate Abdullah Al-Saeed to pay an amount of $ 2 million to Al-Ahly Club, the value of the agreed penalty clause stipulated in the contract to sell the player from Al-Ahly Club to Al-Ahly Jeddah Club due to the player’s violation of the terms of the contract.

Al-Ahly Club took legal measures before the Egyptian Center for Settlement and Arbitration to preserve the club’s rights in the aforementioned contract … and submitted to the arbitration board all documents confirming the club’s entitlement to obtain the value of the penalty clause stipulated in the contract.

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