After Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo joined the ranks of the Saudi victory, Al-Alami is looking to strengthen their ranks in the coming period to build a strong team.
Ronaldo joined Al Nasr on a free transfer for two and a half years after his contract with Manchester United was terminated.
And reports indicated that the Madeira Rocket asked the Saudi Al-Nasr administration, led by Musli Al Muammar, to sign a contract with the Portuguese star.
Cristiano Ronaldo Asks Saudi Al-Nasr Chief to Sign Portuguese Star
Journalist Pedro Almeida reported that Ronaldo had asked the Al-Nasr administration to sign Portuguese defender Pepe.
Thus, it is clear that Al-Nasr wants to strengthen the team’s defense in the coming period, just as he strengthened the offensive line.
Reports indicated that Al-Alami was close to signing Spanish defender Sergio Ramos, a Paris Saint-Germain player.
Ramos has a contract with the Parisian club that expires in the summer of 2023 and the team has not offered him an extension allowing him to join any club for free.