Al-Nassr Club extends Spanish defender Aymeric Laporte's contract through 2026
RIYADH — Al-Nassr Club has successfully extended the contract of Spanish defender Aymeric Laporte through 2026. The player and the Saudi Arabian club have made a huge commitment with the contract, which was concluded on Thursday. The newest addition to Al-Nassr's roster overhaul, Laporte's hiring solidifies the group's goals for the next campaign. The Spanish talent joins the ranks of other significant additions, such as Otávio, Sadio Mané, Alex Telles, Marcelo Brozovi, and Séko Fofana.
Laporte's vast expertise, which he acquired while playing for clubs like Manchester City, Athletic Bilbao, and Basque Country in France, is now expected to make a substantial contribution to Al-Nassr's defensive tactics. Laporte is ready to make an impression in Saudi Arabia thanks to his impressive resume, which includes the Spanish Super Cup, five Premier League championships, and UEFA medals.
The contract extension until 2026 highlights Al-Nassr's long-term success goals and demonstrates the club's confidence in Laporte's abilities. Fans may expect the defender's crucial role in determining Al-Nassr's fortunes on the field as he begins this new chapter.