Transfer Rumor: Mbappe Considers “Insane” Saudi Arabia Offer


In a stunning move that has sent shockwaves through the footballing world, the Saudi Pro League has unveiled a jaw-dropping £17 billion budget for transfers over the next seven years.

This massive financial plan is set to transform the landscape of football and has already sparked intense speculation about which high-profile stars will be joining the ever-growing ranks in Sausi Arabia.


Leading the list of potential signings is none other than the electrifying Kylian Mbappe.

The French sensation has been courted by the Saudi Pro League, and rumors suggest that Paris Saint-Germain has accepted a staggering £259 million bid from Al-Hilal.

In an attempt to lure Mbappe to their side, Al-Hilal has even offered him a record-breaking deal worth an eye-watering £600 million annually, which would make him the highest-paid sports star in history.

But the Saudi Pro League’s ambitions don’t stop there. Neymar and Luka Modric are also on their radar this summer.

Reports suggest that Neymar could potentially earn a jaw-dropping £172 million a year if he decides to make the move.

Al-Hilal is rumored to be planning a £38 million bid to secure the Brazilian superstar’s services. As for Modric, Al-Hilal targeted him with a hefty £170 million offer.

The allure of the Saudi Pro League has already seen notable players make the switch.

Manchester City’s Riyad Mahrez is set to complete a £30 million move to Al-Ahli, with a lucrative weekly contract of £500,000 awaiting him.

His teammate, Bernardo Silva, is also being courted by Al-Hilal, with a potential earning of £41 million per year in Saudi Arabia.

Premier League stars have also been drawn to the Middle East, with Chelsea’s Edouard Mendy and Kalidou Kouliably already making moves to Al-Ahli and Al-Hilal, respectively.

Manchester United’s Alex Telles confirmed his switch to Al-Nassr last week, where he’ll join forces with none other than Cristiano Ronaldo.


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