Kevin de Bruyne could leave Manchester City after eight years at the Etihad Stadium.
The Belgian midfielder has been one of City’s strongest points over the years, but recently he is having major physical concerns.
The 32-year-old is under contract with the Citizens until the summer of 2025, but he could leave the reigning English champions as early as the winter transfer window.
Arab team Al Nassr has expressed great interest in him, while Football Insider has reported that City has also set a release price.
City have agreed with the departure of De Bruyne due to his physical condition and will release him in January if an offer of 60 million euros comes.
Not only Al Nassr, but also other teams such as Al-Hilal and Al-Ettifaq have expressed interest in him.
The Citizens are ready to part with their captain, as they are already looking to sign Jamal Musialan as a replacement for the Belgian.