Will more players leave the Premier League for the Saudi Pro League in the next transfer window?

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Sky Sports News Chief Reporter Kaveh Solhekol joined Transfer Talk from Jeddah to discuss how involved the Saudi Pro League will be in the upcoming transfer window and if we could see moves made for a number of players including: Lionel Messi, David De Gea, Jadon Sancho and Mo Salah.

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25 thoughts on “Will more players leave the Premier League for the Saudi Pro League in the next transfer window?

  1. Will Saudi League prosper? Maybe, I am not businessman so I won't say anything about it.

    But will saudi league become popular? Absolutely not unless people start feeling more friendly towards SAUDIAN PLAYERS and not only the likes of Ronaldo, Benzema etc….

    It's been decades I am enjoying Premier League and it's partly because I am really keen on watching the likes of Harry Wilson, James Milner, James Tarkowski, James Maddison, Harvey Barnes, Jarrod Bowen, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Ollie Watkins, Lewis Dunk etc… and other UK players as well such as Jonny Evans, John McGinn, Scott McTominay etc…

    These Saudian players need to be more popular as well.

  2. This is why Football becoming even less competitive and entertaining. It is the least regulated sport in the World with countries or even groups of continents can just straight up establish an infinite number of consortiums to buy football clubs and making super teams everywhere they go. Saudi and many others are just pretty much oversaturating the markets with big and obnoxious transfer fees. I can only hope that Messi is not joining the Old World of Football (Asia Pacific, Europe, Africa and Latin America) but rather to stay in the New World of Football that is the United States. The US may not as willing to pay an exorbitant amount of contract but it's still the biggest economy in the World and an emerging market for football.

  3. They will only attract the greedy players who don’t want to pay tax , as Saudi is next zero in tax , but also next to zero in human rights so be careful out there 🤷🏽‍♂️

  4. i dunno but some british morons might says saudi need to get more fans in stadiums first .. well they bought players for billions , hw hard it is to buy fans ? money can buy u anythin right ? 😂

  5. I have been updated to the Saudi Pro League and the lower leagues ever since I was a child and the league is developing well and will take some time till the attendances and infrastructure to be better than usual at some of the other respective stadiums,good friends!!!I am an Al Ittihad's beloved supporter and like the other respective Saudi Arabian clubs who have been permanently boycotting myself from even watching the Premier League since this season and of course,till ever and the Saudi Pro League would be one of the best respective leagues in this world,gooe friends!!!:-D

  6. It is clear how Saudi Arabia is trying to attract the world’s attention using sport. Saudis realize how they can use soft power to introduce their culture to the world. It is a smart and rewarding move on the long run.

  7. LMAO. Players are looking to leave saudi as it is A a terrible standard B too hot for running C nobody would give you even £1 for 100 saudi league winning medals as they are embarrassing to own

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