Here too, Al-Ittihad is more dreamy than Manchester United.
After causing a stir in the transfer market in the summer by attracting some of football’s hottest names including Karim Benzema, Riyad Mahrez and Karl Toko Ekambi, Saudi Arabia is continuing to expand its market by investing in women’s football. On Wednesday, Al-Ittihad formalized the arrival of two globalists: Moroccan Salma Amani and Nigerian Ashley Plumptre.
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The latter played on the left flank of the Leicester defense and was particularly prized by Manchester United. Salma Amani, for her part, is well known among French football fans as she has represented seven clubs in France. During the 2022–2023 financial year, she played for FC Metz. Before her, Lena Boussaha, a Le Havre player who played for French youth teams, also made the move by signing for Al-Nassr on the same day as Cristiano Ronaldo.
She will also be able to lay claim to leadership when Ada Hegerberg and Sam Kerr leave their positions in Saudi Arabia.
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