Premier League players are targets of Saudi teams in the winter market.

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Premier League players are targets of Saudi teams in the winter market.

News of the team’s activities in Saudi Arabia continues to emerge. Most recently, they are interested in two famous Premier League players, Jadon Sancho and Richarlison, with an offer expected to be made in January.

A report from famous British media outlet, states that two famous Premier League stars , Jadon Sancho, a winger from Manchester United, and Richarlison, a striker for Spurs, are being looked at to move to play in the Saudi Arabia league. During the upcoming winter market.

Last summer, several teams in the Saudi Pro League managed to bring many of Europe’s top players to play there, such as Karim Benzema, N’Golo Kante, and Roberto Firmi. No, Sadio Mane and Ruben Neves, however, there are reports that they are not stopping there.

It is reported that after missing out on Mohamed Salah and Son Heung-min in the summer.

Famous teams in the oil rich league are constantly trying to find quality players to strengthen their troops. Most recently, the names of Jadon Sancho and Richarlison are the two favorites who have already been locked in.

As for the former Dortmund player, he was cut from Manchester United’s first team a few months ago. From coming out to criticize Eric ten Hag via social media. Many parties expected that he would have no future in football at Old Trafford.

It is expected that Sancho will find a way to transfer the team in the upcoming January. There is news with many clubs in Europe, including Borussia Dortmund, his former team in the Bundesliga. However, there are links to a move to play in Saudi Arabia as well.

While Richarlison, although he is showing good form with Tottenham Hotspur in the era of Ange Postecoglou,

At this time is still unable to return to the field due to injury However, the Brazilian has been a target for Saudi Arabia since the summer. And they are ready to come back and join the team in the winter again.

If the Spurs striker really moves to play in the Saudi league, it will allow him to meet teammates from his country like Neymar and Roger Ibanez, who also move since last summer.