After passing the medical examination… the date for Al-Qadisiyah’s announcement of the Nacho Fernandez deal!

The end of a 23-year journey in the Royal Castle..

Al-Qadisiyah Club was able to convince Spanish defender Nacho Fernandez, captain of Real Madrid, to go through a professional experience, after 23 years inside the Royal Castle, during which he rose through the ranks of the Sunnis, until he reached the first team in 2012.

The Spanish newspaper “AS” reported that Al-Qadisiyah is preparing to officially complete the deal on Monday. After passing the medical examination, he signed a two-year contract, stipulating that he would receive about 10 million pounds sterling per season..

The report described the player Nacho, who won the Champions League with Real Madrid for the 15th time in the history of the Merengue, as not being a one-man club man, wanting to experience a new challenge before hanging up his boots, in a decision that may be one of the most difficult decisions in his life.

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Nacho’s path in Saudi Arabia’s offers changed, starting with the call of Spanish sports director Fernando Hierro, to convince him to move to Al-Nasr, and the news that Al-Ittihad was close to completing the player’s deal, before suddenly withdrawing, between the motives of some club officials’ refusal of the player’s age, or the lack of a budget allocated to the club in the year. The current time was decided by the recruitment committee, then a sudden intervention from Al-Qadisiyah Club, newly promoted to the Rushen League, which convinced the player to play in the Kingdom.

Nacho played a prominent role in leading Real Madrid to win the Spanish League and Champions League double, during the 2023-2024 season, where he participated in 46 matches, raising his tally to 26 championships with Real Madrid, and sharing the historical number with Croatian Luka Modric, as the most decorated player in the history of the tournament. royalist.

Al-Qadisiyah, newly promoted to the Saudi Roshen League, has strengthened its ranks for the new season (2024-2025) with a number of strong deals, after signing Belgian goalkeeper Quinn Casteels, Mexican striker Julián Quiñones, and the Uruguayan midfield duo Nahitan Nandez and Hussein Al-Qahtani.

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