Interest Grows in Kevin De Bruyne from Saudi Arabia’s Al-Qadsiah

Saudi second-tier side Al-Qadsiah has expressed an unexpected interest in acquiring the services of Belgian maestro Kevin De Bruyne from Manchester City, as reported by Asharq Al-Awsat. Al-Qadsiah’s aspirations hinge on their promotion to the Saudi Pro League, aiming to entice the City star to bolster their prospects of establishing a strong presence in the top-flight league. However, the likelihood of De Bruyne considering a move to Saudi Arabia in the near term remains uncertain.

Despite the Khobar club’s ambition, De Bruyne, 32, holds a contract with City until 2025 and continues to play a pivotal role within the team. Nonetheless, his appearances have been limited this season due to a muscle injury sustained in the season’s opening game, featuring in only one Premier League match thus far. Al-Qadsiah places De Bruyne atop their list of international targets for the upcoming summer transfer window. Additionally, Al-Nassr, another Saudi team, had previously expressed interest in the midfielder, reportedly seeking discussions with his agent regarding a potential transfer.

De Bruyne is currently focused on his rehabilitation, aiming to regain fitness and return to action in the forthcoming matches.

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