Man City reports Ederson might head to Saudi Arabia as world’s highest-paid goalkeeper but faces a transfer hurdle at Ronaldo’s club

Manchester City transfer news: Al-Nassr from Saudi Arabia have made a massive offer for Ederson.

The Brazilian goalkeeper could become the highest-paid player in the world.

“Ederson, a multiple champion with Manchester City under Pep Guardiola, currently earns around €6.2 million per year,” reported The Athletic.

However, Al-Nassr are prepared to offer him nearly five times that amount, totalling €30 million per year.

This incredible offer has the potential to shake up the player’s career and the team’s dynamics.

A source close to the negotiations revealed to Sky Sports, “This is an unprecedented offer for a goalkeeper.”

Furthermore, Al-Nassr’s ambition to attract top talent from Europe showcases their growing influence in the footballing world.

Manchester City have yet to comment on whether they will accept or decline this significant proposal.

The decision now lies with Ederson and the club’s management team, as they weigh the benefits of this lucrative deal against their future plans.

Stay tuned for more updates on this developing story.

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