Sassuolo, Arab sirens for Domenico Berardi
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr swoops in on Domenico Berardi
Sassuolo, after finalizing the exit of Davide Frattesi, could say goodbye to another cornerstone of Alessio Dionisi’s squad. In fact, several clubs reportedly have their eyes on Domenico Berardi, who after 11 seasons with the neroverde jersey could try a new adventure to make the definitive leap in quality.
According to reports from “Libero,” Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr have reportedly come forward for the Azzurri outfielder. In addition, the Saudi club has reportedly put a pharaonic 15 million euros per season salary on the table to convince the player to move to Saudi Arabia. Once an agreement has been found with the class of 1994, it will be necessary to find a deal with the Emilian club, which would be willing to let its flag go in front of offers of at least 30 million euros. On the neroverde number 10, however, in addition to Al Nassr, there would also be Lazio and Napoli.
Should the negotiations go through, Domenico Berardi would be one of several champions who would decide to move to the Saudi Premier League.
Notably, Al-Hilal has already acquired Senegalese Kalidou Koulibaly and Portuguese Ruben Neves, while Al-Ittihad have signed Frenchmen Karim Benzema and N’Golo Kanté, and Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo joined Al-Nassr in January, where he has just been joined by Croatian Marcelo Brozovic, while former Liverpool Brazilian striker Roberto Firmino has signed with Al-Ahli. Finally, former Reds captain Steven Gerrard has become the coach of Al-Ettifaq.