FIFA imposes conditions on Al-Nassr’s reinstatement following the transfer of Ahmed Musa

The FIFA restriction on Al-Nassr registering new players has been confirmed.

If the Saudi Arabia Pro League club pays out the money they owe to Leicester City, the world football regulatory body will lift the suspension.

Despite owing money to the Premier League team for the sale of Ahmed Musa, Al-Nassr has yet to make the payment.

After a stellar performance at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Musa inked a €16.5 million deal to play with the Knights of Naja.

The transfer money has been paid by Al-Nassr, but the Foxes are still owed an additional €460,000 for performance-based bonuses.

The registration of any new players by Al-Nassr is now suspended because of the club’s unpaid obligations, according to a FIFA spokeswoman.

Once the obligations have been settled and certified by the relevant creditors, the relevant prohibitions will be revoked immediately.


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