While Riyadh awaits the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo and making everything official on January 1, Al Nassr continues with its project to become one of the great soccer references by trying to bring together world soccer stars. The Portuguese is one step ahead and his incorporation is scheduled for the next few days, but its leaders are working on trying to convince Sergio Ramos to join the project from next summer.
The Paris Saint-Germainplayer is the next target and even from Saudi Arabia there is talk of a quick trip by both the club’s president and the sporting director to move forward in the multiple projects they have in mind, including presenting an offer to the defender and trying to convince him.
The undertaking looks complicated, but Al Nassr is not ruling anything out. Ramos has won a starting place at PSG this season (he was in the XI against Strasbourg) and in his head is to continue in the elite. His contract with the French club expires on June 30.
Ahead of him is the challenge of winning the Champions League with PSG and returning to the Spanish national team, which he has not given up on. After a first year complicated by injuries, he now seems to have found his ideal habitat alongside Kylian Mbappe and Achraf Hakimi.
In any case, Al Nassr‘s priority at the moment is to get Cristiano Ronaldo to set foot in Riyadh and, from there, become the sensation of world soccer. The Saudi club has released three players and has not made two signings it had almost completed. They have put them on hold in the face of what they remain convinced will be the imminent arrival of the Portuguese striker.
Recently, a person trusted by Cristiano Ronaldo, who was not Jorge Mendes, was in Riyadh outlining the details of everything that CR7‘s presence in Saudi Arabia would entail.