Al-Nassr pushes Nordin Amrabat to the exit

Nordin Amrabat is close to leaving the Saudi formation. According to local press reports, Al-Nassr would consider parting ways with the Morocco international as early as this summer, with the goal of signing a Dutch player.

The tension between Nordin Amrabat, his coach and the leaders of the club pushed the latter towards the exit. The Atlas Lion, whose contract will expire at the end of the season, would beg to find a new club.

Indeed, the Saudi management have already found their replacement, setting their sights on the Dutch player Steven Berghuis who is currently playing at Feyenoord.

Amrabat has reportedly already received an offer from a La Liga club. The 34-year-old midfielder has already responded positively to the offer, expressing his initial agreement pending the outcome of negotiations between the two parties in the coming months, in case his current team confirm their reluctance to renew the contract. the 33-year-old forward.

Amrabat is familiar with the Spanish league having played there before, when he defended the colors of Malaga (2014-2016) and Leganes (2017-2018).

The former Watford had a good first season at Al-Nassr, before his level dropped in recent times. He has also appeared in 27 matches during the current soccer season, contributing 5 goals.

The Morocco international joined Al-Nassr in 2018, from Watford, England. Besides Malaga, Leganes and Watford, Amrabat has played in Europe for Dutch clubs PSV Eindhoven, Turkish duo Kayserispor and Galatasaray.

The Moroccan had recently expressed his desire to return to the old continent, particularly within the Dutch championship. “FC Utrecht would be ideal, I live in Huizen (which is half an hour away)”, Amrabat told FOX Sports last September. “And my little brother (Sofyan, editor’s note) was there for nine years, so we have a link with the club”, he added.

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