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Al-Nassr targets Napoli’s Zambo Anguissa for star-studded lineup

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Al-Nassr, fresh from their runner-up finish in the Saudi Arabian Championship and a heart-wrenching loss in the King’s Cup final to Al-Hilal, is setting its sights on another European star. The Saudi club is reportedly interested in securing the services of Napoli’s standout midfielder, André-Frank Zambo Anguissa, according to sources from Foot Mercato.

Despite boasting a roster filled with renowned names like Cristiano Ronaldo, Sadio Mané, and Aymeric Laporte, Al-Nassr is looking to further bolster their squad with the addition of the Cameroonian international.

Zambo Anguissa, 28, has had an impressive tenure in Serie A, making 34 appearances in the recent season and contributing significantly to Napoli’s midfield.

Anguissa, who previously played for Olympique de Marseille, is under contract with Napoli until June 2025. However, Al-Nassr is reportedly prepared to meet his release clause, the specifics of which remain undisclosed.

With 51 international caps and five goals for Cameroon, Anguissa could bring a wealth of experience and skill to the Saudi Pro League

A League on the Rise

The Saudi Pro League has seen a substantial influx of talent, reflecting its burgeoning status in the football world.

Al-Nassr, keen to capitalize on this momentum, is proactively eyeing the summer transfer window to enhance their squad further.

In addition to targeting Anguissa, the club will welcome back Ivorian stars Seko Fofana and Ghislain Konan, who were on loan to Al-Ettifaq and Al Feiha, respectively.

For Zambo Anguissa, a move to Al-Nassr could signify a new chapter in his career. The financial incentives are substantial, but so too is the opportunity to play in a league that is rapidly gaining prestige.

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This transition to the Saudi Pro League is seen as a viable option for players still aspiring to perform at an international level.

Notably, N’Golo Kanté’s recent call-up to the French national team while playing for Al-Ittihad underscores that the Saudi league is no longer a hindrance to international ambitions.

The decision now rests with Anguissa. Will he follow in the footsteps of other stars who have embraced the Saudi Pro League, or will he, like his Napoli teammate Victor Osimhen, choose to continue his journey in European football? The upcoming transfer window will reveal if Al-Nassr’s ambitious plans come to fruition, potentially adding another high-profile name to their impressive lineup.

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