Ayil began his career at Oman Club when he was a youngster he quickly proved to be a first team player for the club after some fantastic showings he moved to new club Al-Riyadh he continued to make some impressive appearances and was quickly sought out by Qatari club Al Sadd penning a deal a promising deal at the club.
After his impressive appearances for Al Sadd, Europe soon came calling for the Oman international at first he was wanted by Arsenal FC but Al Sadd refused to deal with the club. He then went on trial to Celta de Vigo where a potential loan deal could be sorted out. Ayil fell out with the Al Sadd management and board of directors by failing to give him his dream. It was mooted around that Celta wanted to take Ayil first on loan with a view to playing him in the reserves and then consider a permanent transfer if the player was then eligible for a transfer to the Spanish club. However Ayil left Celta in August 2008 with his future very much up in the air.
On New Year's Day 2009 Ayil was arrested after partying in the early morning hours in Saudi Arabia and was under the influence of many units of alcoholic beverages before his arrest. Ayil was later cautioned and was enforced to do community service in the state.
In the summer of 2009 Khalifa Ayil joined top Saudi Arabian football team Al-Ittifaq. Ayil pushed for the move after a year previously Al Sadd refused to sell him to top European clubs. Ayil has a 'get out' clause in this contract.
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