Al-Hilal club announced the termination of the
contract of its Syrian striker, Omar Khribin, to leave the leader’s ranks
during the current winter transfer period.
Al-Hilal club thanked Khribin for his busy
career with the capital team, during which he contributed to winning many
championships, the most important of which were the AFC Champions League and
Saudi League championships, as well as being crowned the best Asian player
award in 2017.
Al-Hilal club revealed the termination of the
contract with a brief post through its official account on the social
networking site “Twitter” written “Thank you Omar”, and the
player bade farewell to his teammates, announcing his departure and having a
Khribin moved away from participating in the Al
Hilal attack, as he remained confined to the bench, in light of the lack of
conviction of the Romanian coach Rizafan Lucescu of his abilities, which
prompted the Syrian striker to request to leave the team, which the club
management responded to officially.
The 26-year-old player had terminated his
contract with the Saudi club by mutual consent from both parties, without
specifying his next destination, but some sources hinted at the imminence of
his transfer to the UAE club Al-Wehda, which entered into intense negotiations
to contract with him, and is expected to announce the deal in the coming days.
It should be noted that Khribin had a
professional experience in the Egyptian League through the Pyramids portal on
loan for half a season and media reports had revealed a desire from Zamalek
club to sign him, if Mostafa Mohamed left the French club, Saint Etienne.