Midfielder Marcelo Brozovic has made the switch to Saudi Pro League club Al-Nassr from Inter Milan for next season.

The Saudi side confirm the move in a post on their official Twitter account unveiling the 30-year-old Croatian international.

There has never been a dull moment in the last week or so of negotiations between Inter, Al-Nassr, and Brozovic.

First, it had seemed that the Saudi Pro League had sealed a transfer for the 30-year-old. They made an offer of €23 million which Inter accepted. The player himself also seemed ready to accept their big money offer.

However, then Brozovic decided not to immediately accept Al-Nassr’s deal.

The interest of Barcelona continued to tempt the Croatian international. He wanted to wait, whilst Inter and Al-Nassr pushed to make a deal happen.

Then, Brozovic relented – he gave the all-clear for the move to happen.

However, with the player’s all-important green light secured, Al-Nassr then slashed their offer for him to Inter. The Nerazzurri were reportedly furious at this new offer of €13 million and slammed the door.

Another further unwelcome development came in the form of the player asking for severance pay from Inter.

Marcelo Brozovic Is An Al-Nassr Player – 8/12 Year Inter Milan Tenure Comes To An End

However, in the end the two clubs came to an agreement.

Reportedly, the Nerazzurri have accepted a fee of around €18 million for Brozovic.

Over the past couple days, Brozovic put the final touches on his move to Al-Nassr such as medicals. Today, he reportedly signed his contract.

Now, the 30-year-old will join former Juventus, Real Madrid, and Man United forward Cristiano Ronaldo at Al-Nassr.

He leaves Inter after eight and a half years. Brozovic made 330 appearances for the Nerazzurri since joining from Dinamo Zagreb in January of 2015.

Brozovic’s final appearance for Inter came in last season’s Champions League final against Manchester City. The 30-year-old started that match.

Brozovic has also enjoyed great success with the Croatian national team. He was a linchpin in their midfield as they reached the World Cup final in 2018 and then semifinal in 2022.