It is no secret that the Saudi Arabian League is flourishing with both cash and world-class players in the recent times, the latest player to board the flight to the middle east is the Croatian midfielder, Marcelo Brozovic.
Marcelo Brozovic leaves Inter Milan for Saudi Al-Nassr
The elite Croatian international has followed the footsteps of Cristiano Ronaldo’s to Al-Nassr after spending 9 flourishing years at Inter, according to the latest reports.
That’s right, Al-Nassr is catching these elite players like fish in the ocean, and this move of Brozovic specifically signifies that he has already played his last and final match for his club Inter Milan during the Champions League finals against Manchester City, that too, as a captain.
As Brozovic departs from Serie A to the newest emerging league on the international arena, his new home club, Al-Nassr tweeted a confirmation on Monday stating that everyone had wanted the Croatian, however, he had only wanted to go to Al-Nassr.
Marcelo Brozovic Al-Nassr contract details
As per the reports, the transfer fee of the former Inter captain, is said to be around 18 million euros ($20 million), and the contract signed by the midfielder ties him down to the Saudi club for 3 years, with his per season fee being more than 25 million euros (nearly $30 million).
Inter Milan to buy back Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea
Rumours are floating that the money that Inter has acquired from the sale of Brozovic will be invested in buying back their fallen star, Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea.
Earlier, Cristiano Ronaldo had joined the same Saudi club, Al-Nassr with a contract paying him up to $200 million per year.
Another elite class of players who have helped shift the center of current attraction to the Saudi Pro League are Karim Benzema, N’Golo Kante, Ruben Neves, Edouard Mendy, and Kalidou Koulibaly to name a few.