Aseel Al-Harbi, 21, player of Al-Ittihad and the scholarship program of studio Saudi Arabia for the development of football talent of the Ministry of Sports, signed a professional contract with the club Portuguese Portimonense for two seasons.
Al-Harbi is the fourth player in the scholarship program studio to sign a professional contract in Europe after his colleagues Firas Al-Ghamdi, who switched to club Spanish’s Nastic de Tarragona, Aseel Abed, who signed with the club Spanish Ittihad Melilla and Osama Al-Mubarik who joined the Polish team Legia Warsaw.
The management of the club Portuguese followed Al-Harbi during the International Champions Cup which the program team fought with some club Spaniards, led by Barcelona and Atletico Madrid, where she approached the direction of the program and presented a professional offer with the aim of including him to participate in the Portuguese Premier League.
It is worth noting that the club Portuguese, founded in 1914, occupied the fourteenth place in championship last season and also holds in his own record its qualification in an earlier period for the European Union Cup for once.
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