Brozovic Joins Ronaldo's Club Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia
Milan - Croatian national football player Marcelo Brozovic is also succumbing to the call of money and is moving to Saudi Arabia to join the club of superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. Al-Nassr announced the signing of the 30-year-old midfielder. Brozovic was last under contract with Inter Milan, and according to media reports, the Champions League finalist will receive a transfer fee of around 18 million euros.
The player himself is expected to earn over 75 million euros during the three-year contract period. "Everyone wanted him. He only wanted to join us," wrote the Saudi Arabian Pro-League club, where the Portuguese Ronaldo (38) has been scoring goals since the beginning of the year. Are you a fan of Lionel Messi?
Since Ronaldo's move to the kingdom, other stars have also signed contracts in the still insignificant league. The Frenchmen Karim Benzema and N'Golo Kanté have joined Al-Ittihad, and on Monday evening, the club also announced the transfer of Portuguese winger Jota from Celtic Glasgow. The speculated transfer fee was around 30 million euros. Kalidou Koulibaly from Senegal will now wear the jersey of Al-Hilal. Liverpool icon Steven Gerrard will also become a coach at Al-Ettifaq, as announced by the club early on Monday evening.