Saudi press reports confirmed that the Saudi club Al-Nasr has reached an agreement to sign Croatian star Luka Modric, player of Real Madrid, starting next summer.
Luka Modric’s contract with Real Madrid expires after the end of the current season, and the Croatian star has many European offers, in addition to the Saudi victory offer.
And press reports revealed the details of the huge offer made by the Saudi club Al-Nasr to persuade Luka Modric to join the ranks of the team and play next to Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo.
Al-Nasr Saudi Arabia offered to sign Luka Modric
According to reports, Al-Nasr Club offered Luka Modric a two-season contract for $40 million, which means that he will get $20 million per season with Al-Alamy.
And in the event that a final agreement is reached with Luka Modric, it will be the second deal that the Saudi club Al-Nasr includes for one of the most famous players in Europe, after contracting with the legend Cristiano Ronaldo.
Luka Modric and Cristiano Ronaldo have been together with the Spanish Real Madrid team for several years, and the duo won many local, European and international titles in the royal club shirt.
On the other hand, Cristiano Ronaldo appeared with the Saudi Al-Nasr team for the first time against Al-Ettifaq team in the Saudi Professional League competitions, and Al-Alamy won with a clean goal.
The Al-Nasr team is preparing to face the Al-Ittihad team in the semi-finals of the Saudi Super Cup, and the fiery confrontation will witness the second appearance of Ronaldo, who has five golden balls, with the Al-Nasr team.
A historic number awaits victory if he contracts with Modric
In the event that Al-Nasr Club succeeds in signing Luka Modric, it will become the first Arab and Asian team to have two players in its ranks who have previously won the Golden Ball award presented by the French newspaper France Football.
Luka Modric won the Golden Ball award in 2018, after his brilliance with Real Madrid and the Croatian national team in the 2018 World Cup, and his leadership to achieve second place after losing in the final against France.