Barcelona captain Sergio Busquets has a mammoth offer on the table at the end of the season, reports say.
Busquets, 34, has spent his entire career at the Blaugrana after coming through the ranks and making his debut for the first-team in 2008.
He's made 707 appearances for Barca and will go down as one of the greatest midfielders ever to play the game.
And though he's still very much a regular in the deep-lying midfield role, Busquets' contract at the Nou Camp is due to expire in the summer.
Xavi Hernandez, Busquets' manager and former teammate, wants him to extend his stay in Catalonia.
However, Mundo Deportivo say Busquets is wanted by Saudi Pro League leaders Al Nassr. Al Nassr recently snapped up five-time Ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo on a huge £175 million-a-year deal after his Manchester United contract was ripped up.
They want to keep the high-profile additions coming going into Saudi Arabia's 2020 World Cup bid and are prepared to offer a two-year contract whereby the the former Spain international would earn £16 million-a-year.
Busquets, who has also been linked with David Beckham's Inter Miami, is said to be waiting to see what Barca terms offer him.
It's also been reported that Busquets' long-time Spain colleague David Silva is being eyed up by Saudi Arabia after former Manchester City executive and the man that signed him, Gary Cook, became president and CEO of the Saudi Pro League.
Relevo say Real Sociedad star Silva has been offered a “dizzying” financial package in the kingdom but he and his family are settled in Spain.
He too is set to be a free agent at the end of the current campaign but the 37-year-old is hopeful of receiving a contract extension.
Busquets, meanwhile, suffered ankle ligament damage in the 3-0 win over Sevilla and is a major doubt for the Europa League play-off clash with Manchester United.