At the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, goalkeeper Yasin Bunu (32), the protagonist of Morocco’s ‘four-final blast’, left Spain’s Sevilla FC and moved to Saudi Arabia’s Pro League Al-Hilal. Al-Hilal announced on its homepage on the 18th that it had signed a contract with goalkeeper Yashin Bunu of the Moroccan national football team until 2026. Bunu’s transfer fee is said to be 21 million euros (approximately 30.5 billion won).
Bunu, who was rumored to be transferring to Al-Hilal, competed in the 2023 European Football Federation Super Cup with Manchester City (England) held in Greece on the 17th, then immediately moved to Saudi Arabia to complete the transfer process. 토토 Al-Hilal, who recently recruited Brazil’s ‘superstar’ Neymar, succeeded in bringing Bunu as well. The squad was filled with players who played in the European big leagues, including striker Ruben Neves, who was recruited in June.
At the World Cup held in Qatar last winter, Bunu took the lead in the miracle of the semifinals by firmly guarding the goal of Morocco, the main player in Africa. He won the European Football Federation Europa League twice (season 2019-2020, 2022-2023) and the UEFA Super Cup runner-up twice in Seville. He was selected as the African Player of the Year this year, and was also selected twice for the UEFA Europa League’Team of the Season, and was recognized as a top-class goalkeeper. Despite the courtship of big clubs such as Real Madrid (Spain) and Bayern Munich (Germany), Bunu was attracted to oil money and wore the Al-Hilal uniform.