BBC trio to reunite in Saudi Arabia. As superstars continue to make their way to Saudi Arabia, a predicted top 11 for the Saudi league has been revealed, including some players who could join them in the future.

“The best 11 players who could play in Saudi Arabia next season,” said the UK’s The Sun on Wednesday (July 23), “There are some incredible stars lining up to play in the kingdom. Cristiano Ronaldo, Bernardo Silva, and N’Golo Kante will be playing in Saudi Arabia카지노사이트.”

The superstars’ move to Saudi Arabia began with Ronaldo. Ronaldo headed to Saudi Arabia’s Al-Nasr after terminating his contract with Manchester United in January. His annual salary is a whopping €200 million. Unthinkable in the world of European soccer, it was guaranteed in Saudi Arabia.

The move to Saudi Arabia has since gained momentum this summer. Karim Benzema, who spent almost 14 years at the world’s most prestigious club, Real Madrid, has donned the colors of Al Ittihad. Many were surprised by his decision to move to Saudi Arabia, even though he was still technically capable of playing in Europe.

Chelsea players then decided to move to Saudi Arabia as a group. Kante left for Al Ittihad, Hakim Ziyech for Al Nasr, and Edouard Mendy for Al Ahli. Callum Hudson-Odoi is also close to a move to Saudi Arabia, while Kalidou Koulibaly is close to a move to Al-Hilal.

Manchester City’s traveling star Bernardo Silva is also being linked with a move to Saudi Arabia, rather than Barcelona or Paris Saint-Germain as previously reported. Nabil Neves, who played alongside Hwang at Wolverhampton, has signed for Al-Hilal.

The Sun unveiled its best 11 of the Saudi league with these players.

Ronaldo leads the line with Benzema and Bernardo Silva behind him, making it the BBC trio again. The midfield is made up of Hudson Odoi, Neves, Kante, and Ziyech, while the defense is anchored by Koulibaly, joined by Saudi-linked Everton’s Yerry Mina and Matt Doherty, who was released by Atletico Madrid after just six months at the club. Mendy will be in goal.

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