Saudi Pro League 'targeting top Premier League goalkeepers' (1 Viewer)


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Saudi Arabian clubs are reportedly gearing up to make bold moves to sign Liverpool's Alisson Becker and Manchester City's Ederson. The Saudi Pro League splurged £767 million in the last summer transfer window, aiming to attract some of the biggest names in football.

Last summer saw several Premier League stars, including Aymeric Laporte, Fabinho, Ruben Neves, Riyad Mahrez, and Aleksandar Mitrovic, making the switch to Saudi Arabia. The league also secured talents from other top European leagues, with signings like Neymar, Sadio Mane, Marcelo Brozovic, Seko Fofana, and Gabri Veiga.

While they might not match last year's spending spree, the Saudi Pro League is still determined to secure more high-profile signings as they strive to become one of the world's premier leagues. According to The Telegraph, the league has set its sights on Brazilian goalkeepers Alisson and Ederson.

The report suggests that discussions are underway for potential moves for these two shot-stoppers ahead of the upcoming summer transfer window. However, prying Alisson or Ederson away from the Premier League could be challenging, as both are still considered the first-choice goalkeepers for their clubs.

Despite missing some games due to injury, Alisson has played 27 Premier League matches for Jurgen Klopp's side this season. On the other hand, Ederson has appeared in 32 top-flight games and is eyeing his sixth Premier League title. Alisson is contracted until the summer of 2027, while Ederson has two years remaining on his deal with Manchester City.

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