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Real Madrid captain agrees €10 million contract with Saudi club, medicals completed

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Journalist Fabrizio Romano has reported that Real Madrid defender Nacho has successfully completed medical tests with Al Qadsiah earlier this week. 

He is now ready to sign a two-year contract with the Saudi Pro League club, pending the final review of the documents.

MARCA further reports that the agreement is finalised, and Real Madrid have also been informed about the move. It is said that as part of his contract with the Saudi team, Nacho will earn €10 million per year.

With this move, Nacho is bringing his long career at Real Madrid to a close. He has been with the club since he was a child and is leaving on a high note. 

This past season, he helped Real Madrid win the league title, the Spanish Super Cup, and the UEFA Champions League.

The finalization of the agreement happened in the last few hours after Nacho completed his medical examination several days ago. 

The deal is now fully agreed upon, and Real Madrid are aware of this development. Consequently, Real Madrid has intensified their efforts to sign Leny Yoro.

Although Al Qadsiah only secured promotion last season, they are aiming to compete with the top four teams for the league title. They have the backing of the oil company Aramco and the guidance of Michel, known for his football expertise.

Nacho’s departure allows Real Madrid to focus on signing Lille defender Leny Yoro. The French defender has attracted interest from several clubs, including Paris Saint-Germain, but he appears eager to join Real Madrid.

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Al-Nassr and Al-Hilal ready to make Real Madrid veteran the highest-paid defender – report

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A month ago, whispers began to circulate about Real Madrid’s star defender, Antonio Rudiger, drawing attention from Saudi Arabian football clubs. Initially, Rudiger appeared uninterested in the potential move. 

However, recent reports from SPORT reveal that he has now received multiple offers from the Middle East, notably from Al-Nassr and Al-Hilal, and these offers are lucrative enough to make him the highest-paid defender globally.

Currently, Real Madrid have no intention of parting ways with Rudiger. The player, in turn, seems content to stay with the Spanish giants. 

This mutual desire to remain united is understandable, especially given the circumstances of the past season. 

Injuries to key defenders Eder Militao and David Alaba left a significant void in Real Madrid’s defence, which Rudiger admirably filled. Despite being 31 years old, Rudiger’s exceptional performance last season has only increased his value.

Al-Nassr and Al-Hilal want Rudiger

Al-Nassr, a team that boasts stars like Cristiano Ronaldo, Marcelo Brozovic, and Sadio Mane, is reportedly keen on adding Rudiger to their ranks. 

They currently have Aymeric Laporte as their primary defensive asset, but the dream of strengthening their defence with Rudiger is strong. 

Antonio Rudiger has no interest in leaving Real Madrid. (Photo by OSCAR DEL POZO/AFP via Getty Images)

The idea is to pair Rudiger with Laporte, creating a formidable defensive duo. The financial offer on the table for Rudiger is astronomical, designed to tempt him into forming a top-tier defensive partnership.

Similarly, Al-Hilal, are also in the hunt. Their goal is to bolster a defence that already features standout players like Senegalese defender Kalidou Koulibaly. 

If Rudiger were to join Al-Hilal, he would be in the company of notable talents such as Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Ruben Neves, Renan Lodi, and Bono.

Real Madrid and Rudiger are uninterested

Despite these enticing offers, Real Madrid remain firm in their decision not to sell Rudiger. The player himself is not inclined to leave La Liga. 

The departure of Nacho to Saudi Arabia’s Al-Qadsiah and the uncertain physical conditions of Alaba and Militao are pivotal reasons why Real Madrid are unwilling to consider letting go of their most dependable centre-back.

While the Saudi Arabian league is likely to continue its efforts to persuade all parties involved that Rudiger’s transfer would be mutually beneficial, the reality is that such an operation appears highly improbable. 

Rudiger’s value to Real Madrid, coupled with his own commitment to the club, makes any potential move a complex and unlikely scenario.

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