In the midst of the Kylian Mabppe transfer saga, PSG will continue their pre-season tour with a clash with Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr, who were recently on tour in Portugal. It will be the second time they face Ronaldo in the last 6 months. PSG faced a mixed Al Nassr and Al Ittihad team in the winter.
Paris Saint-Germain have started their pre-season tour and their tour started with too much drama regarding the story of Mbappe wanting to leave the club. He was removed from the squad and PSG continue their preparations for the 2023/24 season. The upcoming season will be a big test for the Ligue 1 giants in terms of squad.
PSG faced newly promoted French club Le Havre and beat them 2-0. Al Nassra’s task will be important for PSG ahead of the match against Inter Milan on August 1. Last season, PSG won the top flight, but were only one point behind second-placed Lens. If Mbappe leaves, their attack will face a major blow.
On the other hand, Al Nassr are coming off the Portuguese tour and their pre-season tour has been disappointing. The Saudi Arabian club failed to impress in their European engagements. They faced a 5-0 humiliation against Celta Vigo before being beaten 4-1 by Benfica in Portugal. Ronaldo’s Al Nassr must solve their problems before the new season. Al Nassr finished second last season and did not win a single trophy. They recently signed Telles from Man United who will join them at a later date.
Where to stream Al Nassr vs PSG live & watch on TV
Despite the huge attention on Mbappe’s absence, both sides will still have plenty of star quality on display, as Ronaldo prepares for his first full season in Saudi Arabia.
The Saudi Pro League have spent big in the summer window and Al Nassr have brought in some key reinforcements including Marcelo Brozovic, Alex Telles and Seko Fofana.
You can watch the game and other Paris Saint-Germain pre-season friendlies on PSG TV Premium (subscription required) in the UK, USA, and other territories globally. In France, the game will be available on beIN Sports 1.
This match will be carried by Portuguese outlet Sport TV on Sport TV1 and DAZN in Spain, but it will not otherwise be widely available to view around the world.
You can also stream the match live using online bookmakers like Bet365.
PSG TV will stream the game for fans across the world as part of their wider coverage of the Japan tour.
There are additional options available in Australia, via Paramount+, and in India with FanCode.
France: beIN SPORTS CONNECT, Free, beIN Sports 1
India: fan code
Israel: Sports 1
Poland: Polsat Box Go, Polsat Sport Extra
Portugal: Sport TV Multiscreen, Sport TV1
Saudi Arabia: SSC.