Al-Hilal striker Ahmed Ali, who is currently on loan from Ismaily, announced that his Egyptian club received offers from two Saudi teams, Al-Qadisiyah and another yet to be named.
“Two Saudi teams have stepped up their interest in signing me after my loan spell with Al-Hilal is finished,” Ali was quoted as saying in the Saudi newspaper Al-Jazirah.
“Al-Hilal has yet to open talks with me about extending my stay with them, but I will wait until the end of my deal,” he added.
The 25-year-old striker joined Al-Hilal last January on a six-month loan deal from Egypt’s Ismaily.
“My priority will be with Ismaily as I have a permanent deal with them,” Ahmed Ali asserted.
After an ineffective start, Ali has become an integral member of the team and there are reports they intend to make his loan deal permanent. Ali scored six goals in competitions so far, helping Al-Hilal clinch the domestic double.