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

10th June, 2018

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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