Saudi Arabian side, Al-Nassr have reportedly been placed under a ban by Fifa which prevents them from registering new signings.
The club kicked off the recent influx of players moving to Saudi Arabia from the European leagues when they brought in Cristiano Ronaldo in January.
They signed Croatian midfielder Marcelo Brozović from Inter this summer.
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However, any further new incomings might be in danger according to various sources, including the Daily Mail and CBS Sports, after the club were ruled to have failed to pay Leicester in regards to the transfer of Ahmed Musa who moved in 2018.
It is believed the Foxes are owed as much as £390,000 as part of the deal and were told to pay it back in 2021 following a ruling from FIFA on the case.
The Saudi club will attempt to pay the money owed to the Championship side in order to lift the ban.