Al-Nassr of Saudi Arabia are apparently subject to a Fifa suspension that restricts them from adding new players to their roster.
With the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo in January, the club started the recent inflow of players coming to Saudi Arabia from the European leagues.
This summer, they acquired Inter midfielder Marcelo Brozovi from Croatia.
However, other publications, like the Daily Mail and CBS Sports, claim that any more new arrivals may be in jeopardy since the club was found to have neglected to reimburse Leicester for the sale of Ahmed Musa, who left in 2018.
The Foxes are allegedly due up to £390,000 as part of the agreement and were ordered to make good on their debt in 2021 after FIFA made a decision about the matter.
The Saudi club will try to pay the money owed to the Championship team, according to a story in The Daily Mail.