Saudi firm set to invest seven figure sum in Galway United
The buyer is a company led by Abdulrahman Al Neymer, the former vice-president of Saudi football club Al-Hilal
The Saudi Arabian firm seeking to take over Galway United FC will make one of the largest investments in League of Ireland history, sources have said.
The buyer is a company led by Abdulrahman Al Neymer, the former vice-president of Saudi football club Al-Hilal, who is meeting this week with developer Luke Comer, the club’s key sponsor, to discuss its plans.
The board of directors met this weekend, and the club will hold...
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