Al Nassr’s next big target is Spanish defender Sergio Ramos, according to Marca.
The signing of Cristiano Ronaldo is going to act as a catalyst for the arrival of other top players. At least that’s what they believe in Riyadh.
Al Nassr, nine-time Saudi champions, have already identified more top names who they hope to convince to make the move to Saudi Arabia.
They are targeting players who are in the twilight years of their careers and Ramos is one who they have identified.
Al Nassr’s directors are convinced that they will be able to get the former Real Madrid captain to say yes, with the Saudi club aiming to make the signing in the summer of 2023.
In Saudi Arabia, Ramos is seen as a strategic player, on a lower level than Cristiano Ronaldo, but with enough substance to be another great influence on the growth of Saudi football.
The defender has no plans to call time on his playing career once his contract with PSG expires on June 30. He will listen to the French club and other proposals, but he already knows that Al Nassr are willing to submit a significant financial offer.
The report states that Al Nassr’s plan is to strengthen their squad over time by adding quality players to Rudi Garcia’s group.
Kieran Quaile | GSFN