Al-Nassr hopes to be a major player in the upcoming transfer windows. After bringing in Cristiano Ronaldo, they are now pursuing Sergio Ramos and are prepared to make a bid.
The primary attraction of the Saudi League is Cristiano Ronaldo. On December 30, the Portuguese player agreed to join Al Nassr. The same team, though, is unsatisfied with merely the striker.
Sergio Ramos is their primary objective moving forward. According to “Marca,” Al Nassr is considering signing the PSG player so that he can play out his final years with the team.
The Saudi Arabian team hopes that Ronaldo’s arrival would inspire other world-class athletes to move there, and the former Real Madrid center-back might be the next.
In reality, the Saudi team has contacted the Spanish football player, according to “Sport.” They told him, “If you don’t sign an extension with PSG, we’ll make you an offer.”
It is important to keep in mind that Sergio Ramos’ contract expires at the end of the current campaign, giving him the freedom to speak with any club going forward. He has been unable to consistently play on the Parisian side due to his physical condition.
Before speaking with other sides, the defender will first hear what PSG has to give him. He is confident that Al Nassr would welcome him back in time for the upcoming season.