Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — In a resounding move, Al-Nassr Club has successfully secured Spanish defender Aymeric Laporte’s services until 2026. The deal, finalized on Thursday, marks a significant commitment from both the player and the Saudi Arabian club.
Laporte’s signing is the latest addition to Al-Nassr’s roster transformation, further solidifying the team’s ambitions for the upcoming seasons. The Spanish talent joins the ranks of other notable acquisitions, including Marcelo Brozović, Séko Fofana, Sadio Mané, Alex Telles, and Otávio.
Laporte’s extensive experience gained through his journey from French side Basque Country to Spanish club Athletic Bilbao and later Manchester City is now set to contribute significantly to Al-Nassr’s defensive strategies. With a plethora of titles under his belt, including the Spanish Super Cup, five Premier League championships, and UEFA trophies, Laporte’s prowess is poised to resonate well on Saudi soil.
The extended contract term until 2026 showcases the club’s trust in Laporte’s abilities and emphasizes the long-term vision Al-Nassr holds for its growth and triumphs. As the defender takes on this new chapter, fans can anticipate his instrumental role in shaping Al-Nassr’s fortunes on the field.