The Big Question: Kevin De Bruyne’s Possible Shift to Saudi Arabia – Tempted by 70 Million Annual Salary and 90 Million Fee

Kevin De Bruyne to Saudi Arabia?

One of the greatest footballers in Premier League history, Kevin King De Bruyne, has received an exciting and very interesting offer from Saudi Arabia.

As reported, Kevin could earn 70 million per year, and he will have all-inclusive conditions that he wishes for. De Bruyne’s contract is set to expire in 2025, and he is yet to enter negotiations.

Kevin De Bruyne

The 32-year-old KDB extended his treaty in 2021, and due to his frequent injuries, the bosses of Manchester City have shown profound reluctance in renewing his contract.

Only teams from Saudi Arabia could afford to pay 90-100 million for Kevin, and this amount of money could be used to sign a replacement for him. Pep Guardiola believes that Khvicha Kvaratskhelia from Georgia could be a suitable choice.

According to the notable journalist Sam Lee, Kevin’s family is not especially keen on a move to Saudi Arabia, although Belgian visited Asian countries last year, even during his rehabilitation process. He has always been more interested in moving to MLS.

Kevin De Bruyne

De Bruyne had planned to sign his last contract with City before these offers and to retire at City at the age of 35. This offer is still on the table, but is now under more doubt.

In his nine games since recovering from injuries, the legend scored two goals and provided eight assists, proving once again the high class he possesses.

It is still unknown which teams approached the legend, but former City player Ryad Mahrez joined Al Ahli, and Spanish center-back Aymeric Laporte joined Al Nasri.

Manchester City Legend

Many City fans regard Kevin as the greatest footballer of Manchester. In 2015, we paid £55 million for him, and the rest is history.

However, he still has some unfinished business at City, and one of them is winning the Premier League Player of the Month.

What do you think? Would Man City let De Bruyne leave for Saudi Arabia, even for £90 million?

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