Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr to appeal against transfer embargo

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The Saudi Arabian club were banned for a contentious transfer involving

Saudi club Al-Nassr have been banned from signing new players by the FA during the summer, as well as had Awad Khamees suspended for 6 months.

This comes as a punishment, after the transfer deal that saw Khamees move to Al-Nassr, whom he had played for, after he had originally signed for Al-Hilal.

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Reports emerged saying that Al-Nassr will appeal the decision within hours to the Court of Arbitration for Sports in Saudi Arabia.

On the other side, reports surfaced saying that Al-Nassr captain Hussein Abd El-Ghany wants to extend his contract with the club which ends after one season, and he had also received offers which he’s assessing. 

Abd El-Ghany will refuse any offers that come, if Al-Nassr do offer him an extension. 

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