Saudi Arabian side offers astonishing £40m to Premier League manager in statement first move

Saudi Arabian side team Al-Ahli has offered Marco Silva, the manager of Fulham, a £40 million, two-year deal to leave the club. Last season, the Portuguese did a great job with the Cottagers and helped them finish 10th in the Premier League. Silva is now wanted in the Middle East because he has become a better boss. The 46-year-old is in the US as part of Fulham’s pre-season trip. The new Premier League season will start soon. But now there is a chance that he will leave.

Silva’s lawyers are talking with Saudi officials in London, but Fulham would love to keep their manager for at least one more season. The former manager of Everton has one year left on his present deal. And Al-Ahli will have to pay Silva’s £6m release clause if they want to bring him to the Middle East instead of keeping him in England. When Fulham hired Silva in 2021, they were in a rut. But in Silva’s first season in charge, the team won the Championship and went up to the Premier League, beating Bournemouth in the process.

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This summer, the Saudi Pro League is making noise as they try to get some of the biggest names in football to join them. Cristiano Ronaldo went from Manchester United to Al-Nassr at the end of last year. Both teams agreed that it was best for both of them.

Since then, a lot of other people have done the same thing. Karim Benzema and N’Golo Kante left Real Madrid and Chelsea to play for Al-Ittihad. Saudi Arabian team Al-Ahli has offered Marco Silva, the manager of Fulham, a £40 million, two-year deal to leave the club. Last season, the Portuguese did a great job with the Cottagers and helped them finish 10th in the Premier League. Silva is now wanted in the Middle East because he has become a better boss. The 46-year-old is in the US as part of Fulham’s pre-season trip.

The new Premier League season will start soon. Silva’s lawyers are talking with Saudi officials in London, but Fulham would love to keep their manager for at least one more season. The former manager of Everton has one year left on his present deal. And Al-Ahli will have to pay Silva’s £6m release clause if they want to bring him to the Middle East instead of keeping him in England.

When Fulham hired Silva in 2021, they were in a rut. But in Silva’s first season in charge, the team won the Championship and went up to the Premier League, beating Bournemouth in the process. This summer, the Saudi Pro League is making noise as they try to get some of the biggest names in football to join them. Cristiano Ronaldo went from Manchester United to Al-Nassr at the end of last year. Both teams agreed that it was best for both of them. Since then, a lot of other people have done the same thing.

Karim Benzema and N’Golo Kante left Real Madrid and Chelsea to play for Al-Ittihad. Edouard Mendy and Roberto Firmino are now playing for Al-Ahli. They used to play for Chelsea and Liverpool, but they moved to Al-Ahli for free. Al-Nassr didn’t stop by just adding Ronaldo.

They also brought in Seko Fofana and Marcelo Brozovic. Al Hilal has gotten much attention by signing players like Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Ruben Neves, and Kalidou Koulibaly. If he left Fulham, Silva would be the first Premier League manager to leave England for Saudi Arabia. And what happens in the end is still unknown. Willian, who plays for Fulham, recently praised Silva for helping him get his career back on track.

Saudi Arabian side offers astonishing £40m to Premier League manager in statement first move

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