Eden Hazard could join Al Nasr alongside Cristiano Ronaldo.
The 32-year-old Belgian striker has endured a tough season, scoring seven goals in just 73 appearances during his three-and-a-half years at Real Madrid.
The former Chelsea player retired from international football after Belgium suffered a shock group stage exit from the Qatar World Cup last month.
According to Foot Mercato, his European career may be coming to an end.
Ronaldo’s new home Al Nasr has shown interest in poaching to Saudi Arabia.
Rudy Garcia has already been in charge of Hazard for four years at Lille.
Al Nasr is said to have already agreed to transfer talks with Hazard.
The Saudi club has secured a lucrative fortune by signing Ronaldo, 37, to a €200m annual contract, so it’s no doubt that it has the money to bring the Whites player to the Middle East. .
Real Madrid, who have Hazard entering the final year of his contract this summer, could also be interested in a move.
The Spanish champions will want to recoup some of the €147 million they paid before their contract ended.
Hazard isn’t the only thing Al Nasr is after.
Belgium’s former Chelsea team-mate N’Golo Kante (31) could be on the move.
And so is Ronaldo’s former Real Madrid teammate Sergio Ramos, 36, who now plays for Paris Saint-Germain.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo is expected to make his debut against Etifac on January 22 after being suspended for two matches.
Al Nasr are desperate to see him ignore the suspension and play next weekend against Al Shabaab.
However, in order to do so, it is necessary to solve the problem of exceeding the quota of foreign players in the Saudi league, and currently Ronaldo cannot be registered.
Before the Portuguese star can play, the club must sell or sack one foreigner.
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