Salisbury sign Saudi Arabian prince Khalid Bin Bader Alsaud

Saudi Arabian prince Khalid Bin Bader Alsaud has signed for Conference Premier side Salisbury City.

The 19-year-old midfielder, who has been playing at Bromley, was unveiled by new chairman Outail Touzar.

Dubai-based Moroccan businessman Touzar, 31, bought the club with Whites supporter Mark Winter last month.

Since their takeover, the new owners have been told they must get their finances in order if they are to keep their place in non-league's top flight. 

It is thought the club's outstanding debt includes players' wages, which have been delayed for two months.

Touzar has become Salisbury's main financial backer, with Winter taking care of the club's day-to-day running.

The Whites, who finished 12th last season, came out of administration in December after five years of financial turmoil, in which they incurred double demotion to the Southern Premier in 2010.