Al-Qadsiah's Ambitious Pursuit of De Bruyne
Saudi second-tier club aims for a big leap with eyes on Manchester City's star playmaker
Al-Qadsiah, a second-tier Saudi football club, has expressed a keen interest in recruiting Belgian playmaker Kevin De Bruyne from Manchester City, as reported by Asharq Al-Awsat. The potential move hinges on Al-Qadsiah securing promotion to the Saudi Pro League. The club, based in Khobar, is optimistic about ascending to the top flight and sees De Bruyne as a key player to elevate their status in the league.
However, uncertainties surround De Bruyne's inclination to relocate to Saudi Arabia. Despite being a pivotal figure atManchester City
with a contract extending until 2025, the 32-year-old has faced limited Premier League appearances this season due to a muscle injury sustained in the opening game. While Al-Qadsiah places De Bruyne at the top of their international targets for the upcoming summer transfer window, it's worth noting that other Saudi teams, including Al-Nassr, have also been linked with the midfielder, with reports in October suggesting discussions with his agent about a potential transfer.
As De Bruyne focuses on his rehabilitation, aiming to regain fitness and return to action soon, the situation remains fluid, and his future in the football transfer landscape is subject to unfolding developments.
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