Croatian National Team Player Moves from Inter to Saudi Arabia's Al-Nassr
Croatian national team footballer Marcelo Brozovic has transferred from Italian club Inter to Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr, as announced on the Middle Eastern club's Twitter account. The details of the agreement with the 30-year-old midfielder have not been disclosed. According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, the transfer fee amounted to 18 million euros, and the player's contract is set to run until 2026.
Brozovic has been a regular player for Inter since 2016. With the Milan-based team, he has won the Italian championship, lifted the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana twice, and reached the final of the UEFA Champions League in the previous season. As a member of the Croatian national team, for which he has been called up since 2014, Brozovic has won silver (2018) and bronze (2022) medals in the FIFA World Cup, as well as a silver medal in the UEFA Nations League (2023).