The Saudi Pro League wants to steal a star from Manchester City

The Saudi Pro League is ready to excite the transfer market this summer and one of its main targets is Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne. Saudi Arabia’s top clubs are preparing a tempting offer for the Belgian midfielder with the support of the country’s public investment fund in a bid to further raise football’s profile in the Gulf region.

In addition to De Bruyne, Manchester United midfielder Casemiro is also on the wish list of Saudi clubs. The ambitious move could also include a renewed attempt to sign Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, underlining the Saudi Pro League’s determination to attract world-renowned talent to the country, the Times reported.

The Saudi Pro League wants a Manchester City star

To facilitate this process, the Saudi Pro League changed its rules and increased the number of foreign players allowed in each squad from eight to ten. This regulatory change is intended to make the destination even more attractive for top players like De Bruyne and provide additional opportunities to compete in an ever-expanding football environment.

While De Bruyne rejected offers from Saudi clubs last season, his situation could change this summer. The Belgian, whose contract with Manchester City expires in 2025, could seriously consider an offer worth millions if presented, which could take him to a new stage in his football career. As the transfer window approaches, De Bruyne’s future could lie in the Saudi Pro League if Manchester City receive the right offer.

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