The article here on the Diario de Almería site has details of the owner of the UD Almería club being in the province.

Another article I saw yesterday said that he is staying in Almerimar.

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Turki Al-Sheikh arrives to encourage the Almería squad in search of promotion

The president is flying in from Riyadh and will attend the duel against Amorebieta in the box

A private flight from Riyadh landed this morning at Almería airport with the president of UD Almería, Turki Al-Sheikh, on board. The top rojiblanco president plans to visit the state of execution of the works of the Mediterranean Games Stadium, as well as encourage the squad in their fight to certify direct promotion (they train this afternoon and it will be the first time that Rubi meets him face to face). face) and witness the duel against SD Amorebieta tomorrow, Saturday (6:15 p.m.), from the authorities' box.

For this confrontation, the club will hang up for the first time so far this season and also since the new ownership took over the entity the 'no tickets' sign, due to the great expectations generated by the chances of promotion on the return from the corner. It remains to be confirmed whether the Saudi minister will also participate tonight in the event to present the new 'naming' of the Stadium, which will include the energy drinks company Power Horse.

It would be the fourth visit that Al-Sheikh has made to Almería since the acquisition of the club on August 2, 2019. That was the first time officially, to repeat on September 25 of the same year, when he took the opportunity to give meet in society and introduce signings like Darwin Núñez. The last one was lightning before the pandemic broke out, with Guti on the bench and doubts about the sports trajectory that the team was describing.

Then the coronavirus pandemic appeared, which, together with the continuous visits of a medical nature that he has developed to New York, have prevented Al-Sheik from spreading more through the Spanish southeast, although he remains aware of all the details of the club to through the CEO of the entity, the Egyptian Mohamed El Assy, and during the pandemic he made donations worth more than a million euros.