Al Hilal’s Simbo a huge target for Al Ahly Benghazi

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*The Sierra Leonean defender may join Libyan giant Al Ahly Benghazi

Al Ahly Benghazi are considering a huge offer for Al Hilal Omdurman defender David Simbo ahead of the new Libyan season.

Al Ahly Benghazi could face tough competition for the Sierra Leonean international, from Egyptian power house Zamalek and Esperance of Tunisia.

David Simbo 25 has been very much impressive this season for club and country. On Wednesday this week and he was on target scoring his first goal for Al Hilal and named man of the Match in their 3-0 victory against El Ahli Atbara.

His hard work has paid off given his impressive showing on the field in the African Champions League and the African Nations Cup qualifiers and now in the spotlight from various top African clubs.

Football Sierra Leone understands Al Ahly Benghazi interest in Simbo is strong but it remains to be seen whether an official bid will be lodge in the next few days and whether Al Hilal will let the Sierra Leonean leave.

The Al Hilal fans have demonstrated their love for the Sierra Leonean defender with banners asking him to stay and because of that is highly unlikely the board will sanction and deal.

However Simbo is ready for a new challenged he said, “I respect the fans and aware they wanted me to stay but I want a new challenged and I will be having meeting with the board next week”.

Meanwhile Al Hilal is topping the Sudanese league table with 61 points out of 24 matches played so far and a crucial game awaits them against Al Merreikh FC.

Both side a point separated them a draw for Al Hilal will see them retained their crown a defeat will cost them their tittle to Al Merreikh.

Al Hilal already lost the FA Cup to Al Merreikh few days ago.

By Prince Scott

SATURDAY, MAY 26, 2018

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