ᑕ❶ᑐ Al-Nassr is looking for a former sensational trio in Ronaldo and Mané to sign a Premier League superstar! Click for more information !

Al-Nassr, the Saudi club, is preparing to recruit a world-renowned player in the coming months, after having managed to sign Cristiano Ronaldo or Sadio Mané in 2023.

The Arab tradition has perpetuated the balance of world (Site notre bureau spécialisé) and recruited Premier League players in Europe including Neymar, Sadio Mané, Karim Benzema, N’Golo Kanté and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic. Additionally, Al-Nassr Club has created an impressive commercial market with signings including Liverpool’s younger generation, Aymeric Laporte, Seko Fofana, Marcelo Brozovic, Alex Telles and Otavio.

But the team, led by Portuguese coach Luis Castro, does not intend to stop there.

Al-Nassr is a young protégé of Guardiola

In accordance with the revelations of X (ancient Twitter) Journalist Rudy Galetti, from the Middle East club, contacted Kevin de Bruyne’s agent. Al-Nassr will quickly examine the Belgian terrain environment 32 to 32 years later in detail on the « long-term project ». According to the journalist, “the situation is evolving”.

Manchester City player Kevin De Bruyne’s current season is difficult: injured during the second match of the season against Burnley in the Premier League, he has not played again since due to a tear. The Belgian star will be there and will be released in 2023.

A contrast with both

The English club is based in its mid 32 years and now competes in 2025. It is not yet ready for Manchester City, you have a moment at the moment, even for two games. However, the ambitious Al-Nassr combines former Chelsea and Wolfsburg players with Sadio Mané, Anderson Talisca, Seko Fofana and two, Cristiano Ronaldo.

A major player in the Cityzens’ treble last year – 49 matches, 10 goals, 31 assists – the Belgian has a high market value (70 million euros), according to Transfer market, despite his relatively advanced age (32 years). This shows that a possible transfer to Al-Nassr would be a great deal for the Saudi club.