The Spaniard has managed two of the most important teams in Saudi Arabia, Al-Ittihad (2012-2013) and Al Nassr (2014 and 2016).
Al-Nassr made an incredible €200 million move for Ronaldo a few days ago. They are also rumored to have wanted to recruit Messi.
Speaking of Arab ambitions in football, Caneda said via Diario AS: “I wouldn’t be surprised if they offered more money to Lionel Messi, or if they start investing a lot of money in other people. the most important players in European leagues.”
He added: “The Cristiano deal could be a warning: Al-Nassr’s opponents will also want to share the pie from him. As evidenced by the fact that in Saudi Arabia, the State wants to aspire to great things. , won’t stop at Ronaldo. They bought Newcastle and want to elevate their league to the top, putting it on the list of the 10 best championships in the world.”
Thanh Vu | 17:47 January 6, 2023