Lazio Signage MF Savić to Saudi Al-Hilal…Transfer fee of 56.6 billion won

Sergei Milinkovic-Savic (28), a national midfielder and Lazio (Italy) player, has transferred to Al-Hilal in Saudi Arabia.

Savich, who was in his late 20s and 안전토토사이트 received love calls from big clubs in his prime, was embraced by Al-Hilal, who put ‘oil money’ at the forefront.

The Al-Hilal club officially announced on the 13th (Korean time) that they had signed a three-year contract with Savic. According to the BBC, Al-Hilal paid a transfer fee of 34 million pounds (approximately 56.6 billion won) to Lazio.

Al-Hilal, who previously recruited two big leaguers, Huben Neves (26, Portugal) and Kalidou Koulibaly (32, Senegal), succeeded in strengthening his power by embracing 191 cm tall midfielder Sabich.

Like Neves, who headed to Saudi Arabia at the age of 26, this time, it is eye-catching that a relatively young player in his 20s, not an old player with a name, wore the Al-Hilal uniform.

Al-Hilal, one of the leading clubs in Saudi professional football, previously spent 47 million pounds (approximately 78.2 billion won) in Wolverhampton (England) to recruit Neves, and also spent 17 million pounds (approximately 78.2 billion won) to bring in Chelsea (England) centerback Koulibaly. 28.3 billion).

Savic, a central midfielder, scored 69 goals in 341 matches in eight seasons from 2015 to Lazio. He also made 43 appearances for the Serbian national team, scoring 7 goals.

Meanwhile, Al-Hilal, who took Sabich, is a strong team that has won the Asian Football Confederation Champions League (ACL) four times and won the Saudi League 18 times. Last season, they finished third behind Al Ittihad and Al Nasr.

Jang Hyeon-soo (32), a former Korean national team defender, also played an active part in Al-Hilal until last season.

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