63 RSL players are set to represent their countries in the March window

With the end of the Saudi Roshan League for the month of March, a total of 63 players will turn their attention to wearing the national team colors and representing their countries via continental qualifiers, the World Cup and friendly matches.

Saudi Arabia coach Roberto Mancini called up 28 players for the Asian qualifiers against Tajikistan, with the players coming from seven different clubs in the RSL: Al-Hilal, Al-Ahly, Al-Ittihad, Al-Shabab, Al-Nasr, Al-Fateh, and Al-Taawoun.

List of RSL players called up to represent their countries:

Australia: Craig Goodwin (Unit)

Armenia: Lucas Zelarayan (Conquest)

Algeria: Mustafa Zaghba (DAMAC)

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Ibrahim Sehic (Al Khaleej), Gojko Šimerut (Al Fayha).

Colombia: David Ospina (Victory)

Comoros: Fayez Soleimani (Al-Hazem)

Cote d’Ivoire: Ghislain Conan (Al-Fayhaa), Franck Kessie (Al-Ahly), Sekou Fofana (Al-Ettifaq).

Croatia: Marcelo Brozovic (Al Nasr)

Egypt: Ahmed Hegazy (Al-Ittihad), Mohamed Sharif (Al-Khaleej).

Georgia: Solomon Kverkevilya (Gulley)

Jamaica: Demary Gray (The Accord)

Morocco: Yassine Bounou (Al-Hilal), Mounir El-Mohammadi (Al-Wahda).

Netherlands: Georginio Wijnaldum (agreement)

Portugal: Cristiano Ronaldo (Al-Nasr), Otavio (Al-Nasr), Ruben Neves (Al-Hilal).

Romania: Andre Burca (Groove), Florin Tanas (Groove), Nicolae Stanciu (DAMAC).

Scotland: Jack Hendry (The Agreement)

Senegal: Edouard Mendy (Al-Ahly), Kalidou Koulibaly (Al-Hilal), Sadio Mane (Al-Nasr), Habib Diallo (Al-Shabab).

Serbia: Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Al-Hilal), Aleksandar Mitrovic (Al-Hilal).

Spain: Aymeric Laporte (Al Nasr)

Togo: Khaled Nari (Al-Khaleej)

Tunisia: Ayman Dahman (Al-Hazem)

Türkiye: Merih Demiral (Al-Ahly)

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