Fabrizio Romano Dismisses Exit Reports for Real Madrid Star in Saudi Arabia

On the recent deadline day, Real Madrid completed two player departures. Despite ongoing activity in Saudi Arabian clubs, it appears that the Spanish giants do not anticipate any further moves in the near future.

Recent reports from Fichajes have suggested that David Alaba could become the subject of interest from the Middle East, particularly Al Ittihad, who have reportedly put €40 million on the table for Real Madrid and offered Alaba an annual salary of €25 million.

The latest update indicates that they are willing to escalate their offer, potentially reaching €55 million for the 31-year-old Austrian. However, Fabrizio Romano has dismissed these reports, asserting that even if Real Madrid were to entertain such an offer, Alaba is satisfied with his current situation in the Spanish capital. It’s important to note that the Saudi transfer window is set to close on Thursday.

Real Madrid is not in dire need of generating cash, and although some of the offers from Saudi Arabia are eye-popping in terms of financial figures, they raise questions about the club’s overarching goals. While they might be able to secure a substantial profit from an Alaba deal that makes financial sense and reinvest it wisely, the primary objective should always be to win matches on the pitch.

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