The nerazzurri will cash in on the player's exit after weeks of rumors that led people to believe he would join the Blaugrana this summer.

Being tempted by Barcelona has been enough for some players to turn down offers from Saudi Arabian teams, but in this case, not even the Blaugrana side's interest was able to get one of Inter's finest footballers to join them.

Earlier today, the Italian club confirmed that midfielder Marcelo Brozovic will no longer be part of the club, as he has decided to take an offer from Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr. Apparently, the deal had to be put on hold due to Barcelona's interest in hiring the player, but things did not go as the Spanish club wanted to, and the Croatian footballer is now on his way to meet his new teammates, including Cristiano Ronaldo.

In fact, Barcelona president Joan Laporta confirmed that Brozovic was "too expensive" for the team he is in charge of to try and lure him away from Inter.

Following Guardiola's words, transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano revealed that Brozovic will be joining Al Nassr on a three-year deal, which will grant the midfielder over $30M per season. Once Brozovic is unveiled with the yellow and blue club, he will be joining Cristiano Ronaldo, Hakim Ziyech and David Ospina in an attempt to win one more title for the Faris Najd.

Brozovic will add his name to a list of footballers who have decided to join the Saudi Arabian league, which includes N'Golo Kanté, Edouard Mendy, Karim Benzema and many more.

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