CRISTIANO RONALDO could be set to welcome a former Manchester United team-mate through the doors at Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr.
Ronaldo, 38, joined the Middle Eastern outfit midway through this season in a £173-MILLION-A-YEAR deal.
He left Old Trafford with his tail between his legs following a long-running spat with both the club and manager Erik ten Hag.
But now left-back Alex Telles may be about to be another shock acquisition by Al-Nassr.
The Brazilian defender, 30, has been out on loan with Sevilla this season.
It comes following the arrival of Tyrell Malacia as the back-up left-back to Luke Shaw.
Brandon Williams is also still an option for Ten Hag in that area.
According to AS, Al-Nassr have identified Telles as someone they would like to sign on a permanent deal.
He still has one year of his Man Utd contract remaining - which he signed in 2020 when joining from Porto for £15.4million.
His £100,000-a-week wages have reportedly put several clubs off.
But Al-Nassr do not see that as an issue as they bid to bring the Brazil star to Saudi.
Telles has played 32 times for Sevilla this season and was also picked by Brazil manager Tite in his World Cup squad - where he started one game.
Al-Nassr sit second in the Saudi Pro League, three points adrift of table toppers Al-Ittihad.
Ronaldo has scored 12 goals in 15 games for the club.