A German international seduced by Al-Nassr, not a PSG player

A German international seduced by Al-Nassr, not a PSG player

The latest rumor about the winter transfer window of Al-Nassr, the new club of Cristiano Ronaldo, leads to Borussia Dortmund and to Marco Reus. The 33-year-old German is considering signing for the Saudi club.

The captain of Borussia Dortmund is at the end of the contract next summer with his club since 2012. In six months, if an extension does not intervene in the meantime, Marco Reus will be able to leave the current 6th in the Bundesliga for free. Not spared by injuries in recent seasons, the one who has only 48 caps at 33 could leave Europe to join the new Eldorado of world football, Saudi Arabia. Indeed, Al-Nassr, the new formation of Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, hopes to attract many players, including the attacking midfielder.

His agent, a few days ago, had already indicated that several clubs were interested in the German. In an interview for the media PictureMarco Reus confirmed talks with the Saudi club: “My agent has already spoken with Al Nassr, but for me the most important thing is to stay fit and focus on the team. The rest we will see later. Although my representative takes care of all this.”

The former teammate of Robert Lewandowski at Borussia also confided to thinking very clearly about his future: “Of course I project myself. I only have six months left on my contract, but don’t rush.

Sergio Ramos wants to renew

Also in Al-Nassr’s sights, like his ex-teammate with La Roja, Sergio Busquets, Sergio Ramos wants to stay at Paris Saint-Germain next season. The 36-year-old central defender, who is playing a lot this season (23 games, 1 goal, 1 assist), would give him his priority at the club in the French capital, according to The Athletic.

At the end of the contract in June 2023, the Spaniard must position himself now on his future. And this one is registered, for the moment, at PSG. To the chagrin of several consultants (Eric Di MecoDaniel Riolo), the L1 leader is also considering a contract extension for the ex-Madrilenian.